Op Art in America is now on display in the Hallmark Art Collection Gallery. In the late 1950s and early 1960s artists around the world became fascinated with the subject of visual perception. The term Op Art, an abbreviation of "optical art" was coined by the popular press to define the new abstraction. The artists on view were featured in The Responsive Eye, a prominent exhibition of this growing international trend that was shown in the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1965.
GOOD GRIEF! Look at all those Peanuts products...
Charles Schulz's relationship with Hallmark began in 1960 with a retail test of four greeting cards. As the cartoon strip's popularity grew, so did Hallmark's relationship with its creator. Today, Hallmark's Peanuts products are perennial top-sellers in the United States and in more than 100 countries around the world. Stop by to look at a sampling of Hallmark's Peanuts product, circa 1960-present.
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