Very cool, and amazingly detailed for 8mins, overview of how we’ve arrived at our present online state. Plus the impressive motion graphics to display it all – can’t help but consider/enjoy the semiotics of all the different symbols/icons used to convey the structure and development of our online world. (Source: https://player.vimeo.com/)

rinipanini: animationbits: “This post was prompted by a comment left by blog reader J Lee: Tendlar also has a unique way of showing the fight at the end of “Fowl Play”, where Popeye punches Bluto into the side of the house, but hit outline silhouette remains motionless while the rest of the body bounces back […]

rinipanini: animationbits: “This post was prompted by a comment left by blog reader J Lee: Tendlar also has a unique way of showing the fight at the end of “Fowl Play”, where Popeye punches Bluto into the side of the house, but hit outline silhouette remains motionless while the rest of the body bounces back […]

Tomas Nilsson interprets Little Red Riding Hood through info graphics – Core77

Tomas Nilsson interprets Little Red Riding Hood through info graphics – Core77 http://player.vimeo.com/video/3514904

Subtraction.com: Pixar’s “Day & Night” in Hardcover

The Affect of Animated GIFs (Tom Moody, Petra Cortright, Lorna Mills) – Art and Education Since the early 1990s, artists have chosen the internet as a medium, an environment and a forum. While some internet artists also maintain a gallery practice, the conditions and conventions that inform meaning in online art remain in many ways […]

williamlmoore: shannonmeetsworld: palahniukandchocolate: thoudostwish:arboldesalivaroja:(via odios)

veldts: via William I. Moore

williamlmoore: (via randallstillwell)

lonegunman: via Reddit