eckses:

Follow up to my Hermann’s ID Tag post, here’s Newton Geiszler’s ID Tag:

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zwian:

I am absolutely pumped/honored to share that I have a limited run of artists prints available on gifpop! ( omggifpop ) It is amazing to have this great company that supports gif art, so please if you are able order one head on over to http://gifpop.io/products/zwian and pick one up!

This gif is so rad.

zwian:

I am absolutely pumped/honored to share that I have a limited run of artists prints available on gifpop! ( omggifpop ) It is amazing to have this great company that supports gif art, so please if you are able order one head on over to http://gifpop.io/products/zwian and pick one up!

This gif is so rad.

Tags: gifpop

Emily Fuhrman
kenyatta:

imbjr:

okkultmotionpictures:

Behind this weird GIF there’s an okkult message you have to listen to. The challenge is to discover how.
Don’t give up, it really works.
Alessandro + Marco>|<
(Thank you Alexander Zolotov)

Well, this got me curious.
Eventually, I found a piece of software called Sound Mural that could do the job, but first it had to be compiled. After getting the right dependencies installed, I discovered I needed to tweak the code a tiny bit to tell it where the headers it needed to use were. After that, I loaded the above GIF into the GIMP and saved the 1st frame of the animation as an ASCII-encoded PGM file, which I then piped into Sound Mural, producing a WAV file that I could play with Audacity.
Since this bit of code is not yet in the Arch AUR, I might create my first PKGBUILD.

Hiding audio in a gif. This is VERY COOL.

kenyatta:

imbjr:

okkultmotionpictures:

Behind this weird GIF there’s an okkult message you have to listen to. The challenge is to discover how.

Don’t give up, it really works.

Alessandro + Marco
>|<

(Thank you Alexander Zolotov)

Well, this got me curious.

Eventually, I found a piece of software called Sound Mural that could do the job, but first it had to be compiled. After getting the right dependencies installed, I discovered I needed to tweak the code a tiny bit to tell it where the headers it needed to use were. After that, I loaded the above GIF into the GIMP and saved the 1st frame of the animation as an ASCII-encoded PGM file, which I then piped into Sound Mural, producing a WAV file that I could play with Audacity.

Since this bit of code is not yet in the Arch AUR, I might create my first PKGBUILD.

Hiding audio in a gif. This is VERY COOL.

ryanpanos:

IffBe | Patric Dreier | Via

In his series ‘IffBe’, Patric Dreier is playing with the contrasts between urban and rural architecture. He focuses on distinctive elements, stripping the picture down to an accumulation of lines and forms, creating a fictional space.

(via kenyatta)

annfriedman:

She’s a source of widespread frustration and anxiety who is demoralizing, uncaring, morale-draining, and very unpopular. He demands excellence and relevance.

She is difficult to work with, unreasonable, impossible, stubborn. He has a strong vision and insists on seeing it carried out.

She is AWOL and disengaged. He attended Sundance and SXSW.

(Source: dyn.politico.com)

"There was a deep sadness that accompanied the writing and assembling of the book, and your question touches on the nature of that sadness, which I think has to do with realizing that theory—whether it’s 10/40/70 or any theory—is an attempt on some level to structure and impose some sort of narrative coherence on our very selves and memories. Our brains are the most vicious total cinema machines of all. Our continual efforts when awake and when sleeping to work out the past, to smooth it into layers of meaning, must certainly wear the gears down until we can’t even hear or feel them moving. Forced into a high level of concentration we come to realize that it’s not films we’re talking about, but ourselves. Our fingerprints are already over everything."

Nicolas Rombes interviewed by Andrew Gallix

Tags: filmmaking

pieratt:

Was talking to some folks about why I think the VSCO funding is a bummer. Made this graphic in response.

pieratt:

Was talking to some folks about why I think the VSCO funding is a bummer. Made this graphic in response.

triciawang:

Pop culture hacker Elisa Kreisinger and video editor Marc Faletti remixed Mad Men from the perspective of the female characters. This is brilliant. The team is taking a creative route to make copyright policy and fair use rights real for artists and pop culture fans.

MAD MEN: Set Me Free (by Elisa Kreisinger)

prostheticknowledge:

Micro Robots

SRI International have developed incredibly small and fast robots that are capable of following building instructions - video embedded below:

SRI is developing new technology to reliably control thousands of micro-robots for smart manufacturing of macro-scale products in compact, integrated systems.

sriinternational have a Tumblr blog here

(Source: youtube.com)