“Spots are in, but not on your skin” Fresh-Start by Ponds. Co-ed Magazine. April 1966. Op-art was definitely gaining popularity around this time, especially after MoMA’s popular “The Responsive Eye” exhibit in 1965. The style would essentially become embedded in mid-60s pop culture aesthetics from fashion to advertising. 

“Spots are in, but not on your skin” Fresh-Start by Ponds. Co-ed Magazine. April 1966. Op-art was definitely gaining popularity around this time, especially after MoMA’s popular “The Responsive Eye” exhibit in 1965. The style would essentially become embedded in mid-60s pop culture aesthetics from fashion to advertising.