One of our favorite patterns to stock at Kokorokoko is op art! This psychedelic style has been around since the 60s and gives the impression of movement, flashing, swelling or warping.
These designs evoke Rorschach ink blot drawings and speak to the subconscious mind to create a sense of disequilibrium. In our examples, the two items on the far right demonstrate how during the 80s, some op art designs were used for more high-brow fashion silhouettes. In the 90s, this style was used in more of a raver context. Jean-Paul Gaultier is the best example of the combination of both of these ideas: intellectual club kid style, in his 90s collections using the "droid" print below.
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