Movement refers the the arrangement of elements throughout the picture plane that forces your eye to move around the image. This principle does not refer to simulating movement of an object within the photograph, painting or drawing.
Artists use rhythm in a work of art just as they use the elements and other principles of art--to covey feelings and ideas. Rhythm, which can be comforting and predictable, can also be monotonous, symbolic, or graceful, depending on the artist’s goals. Rhythm can also create visual movement.
In the two posters to the right, created by Kelly W., movement is used to carry your eye from the top right of the image, down towards the portrait, and then to the left of the picture plane. Kelly used repetition of the ball and circular lines to spiral your eye around the center. Finally, by placing the Adidas logo in the upper left hand corner, Kelly completes an overall circular movement throughout the piece. The movement of your eye around the central athlete creates emphasis and supports the concept of the poster.
How has she created movement in the poster to the right?