Posts Tagged ‘art’

The .Gif Friday Post No. 668 – Deadly Serious

Friday, 19 February 2021

All animations are by “Deadly Serious” artist Kajetan Obarski, aka Kiszkiloski.

Hi. My name is Kajetan Obarski and I create short animations about my true love to the mankind, death, nihilism and totally random stuff. If you want to support me and my work consider becoming my mommy on Patreon and tip me some of your unwanted money.

You can also support me and my work by purchasing tote bags and art prints of half-naked skeletons. Tip me via PayPal. Buy me a coffee or two. Whatever works.

Tote bags and prints: society6
Stickers and stuff: redbubble
Buy me a coffee: ko-fi
PayPall: kiszkiloszki@gmail.com

Thanks!

[.Gif animations found here.]

Mother’s Home Cooking

Thursday, 18 February 2021

[Found here, h/t Pam M.]

ArtooDeco

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Kurt Zimmerman visits schools with his droids to inspire young minds, and does hospital visits to cheer up young patients. Artoo Deco is capable of movement under radio control, and with an in-built sound-system that makes cool, droidish noises.

[Images and caption found here; h/t Dale W. via Facebook.]

Legible Graffiti

Monday, 15 February 2021

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Mathieu Tremblin lives and works in Rennes and Arles, France, finds graffiti and enhances them for legibility (and sometimes the taggers return).

“As if tagging the city was about freedom, and drawing decorative letters about control, I wanted to find a project to turn “ugly tags” into something “beautiful”, but preserve the subversive part of language distortion.”

I find it interesting that the vandalism in France is indistinguishable from that in the US, and I wonder why.

[More images here. Poorly translated background story here.]

18 CROWS

Monday, 25 January 2021

[Found here. Related post here.]

Christ Being Led to the Praetorium

Thursday, 21 January 2021

“Christ Being Led to the Praetorium,” from “The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry,” Folio 143, back; between 1412 and 1416, by the Limbourg brothers. Tempera on vellum. Condé Museum, France.

[Found here.]

Whatever you’re about to do, just

Wednesday, 6 January 2021

[Inspiration h/t Pam M. via FB.]

Happy New Year I think.

Friday, 1 January 2021

 

 

 

[Found here.]

Pendulum Wave – Complete Cycle

Wednesday, 30 December 2020

Simple Pendulum wave animation. You can see the wave go from travelling waves, to standing waves, to a (briefly) beating pulse, and then chaotic motion, and back to travelling. Perhaps its just me, but this is clearer on the real thing.

“This animation may be subject to floating-point errors.”

But it’s beautiful. | credit to Jeff Irwin

[Found here.]

Heavy Church

Tuesday, 29 December 2020

“Located in Borgloon, Belgium, ‘Reading Between The Lines’ is a nearly transparent steel church designed by Belgian architect studio Gijs Van Vaerenbergh. The 10-meter high structure consists of 100 evenly spaced steel layers stacked in the form of a steeple and seems to dissolve into the landscape when viewed at certain angles.”

[Image found here.]


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