People either love op art or they hate it. Op art, short for optical art, makes use of optical illusions and plays with the viewer's sense of depth by creating movement or vibrations in the work. Some people can stare in awe for great lengths of time at op art, while others can't stand catching it from the corner of their eye. No matter what your thoughts are on this visual art movement, its complexity and precision are undeniably impressive. If you've ever wondered how they do it, then wonder no more! Handimania, an online guide for handmade, DIY and crafty maniacs, shares a video that brings art off the museum wall and into the home with this easy and fun craft for the kids.