The world is a non-stop whirl of motion that, when transferred into art or graphics, quite often has a tendency to stop in mid-air. The addition of movement to a structure turns it into kinetic art. The appearance of movement existing in a still photo or image is referred to as kinetic graphics.
With intense, or sometimes, soothing kinetic graphics, the motion is conveyed in the frozen-in-time images or art forms, creating the appearance of some form of activity or movement that is everlasting. Kinetic art is a unique way of expressing artistic skills that results in man made formations which, when put into motion, yield a mixture of reactions from people that flock to see it. Kinetic art and kinetic graphics are two completely separate entities and concepts in our world of art; however they have quite a few similarities as well.
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