Category: GIFs

Design GIFs: Drink your juice

What is there to say about this crazy creative concept by Armenian design studio Backbone Branding except bravo. It shows how far GIFs have come since they were largely confined to tumblr and were mostly about cats. Here are a few of the GIFs that have made these […]

James Kerr: Remixing the Renaissance in GIFs

You’re aware of GIFs, no doubt, those loops of motion now in widespread use. You may also know there’s an international conversation under way on whether GIF-based work is really art, despite its recent explosion. Well Montreal artist James Kerr (aka Scorpion Dagger) is already validated. He’s just […]

The Motion Photo Prize

One of the world’s largest art organizations has just launched a new, running competition that should thrill even the most uninitiated GIF maker. Saatchi Art and Google+ are collaborating on a project that encourages motion photography, the hugely popular creative trend that until now required special tools and […]

Erdal Inci’s Mesmerizing Cloned Motion GIFs

Interest in a post on the GIF-laden Cephalopodoptera art  compelled me to post the mesmerizing work of Turkish multidisciplinary artist Erdal Inci.  He’s a master of the cloned motion version. (The silly, one-dimensional GIFs that are endlessly reblogged are so irritating, but I give credit to their originators for […]