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Kai Bartels is a 34 year old from Braunschweig, Germany who works as a designer for a small advertising agency. In his spare time he tries to learn or test functions of Cinema 4D in order to make GIFs. He likes to keep his animations very simple using basic shapes and very few colours. You can find his work posted on Tumblr as hallokai-stuff.

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Legend at mount fuji harvested for japan’s 2014 rice paddy landscape.

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Artist Erdal Enci Clones Himself to Create Elaborate Choreographed GIFs.

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Twinkle LA. Photos & Gif By David Hanjani

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Twinkle LA. Photos & Gif By David Hanjani

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Cinemagraphs by Andrew & Carissa Gallo

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The E01 is a computer designed specifically for the display of art. The device was created by New York-based Electronic Objects who aims to simplify the display of digital art with the help of a dedicated system. The E01 can be wall-mounted or used with a stand and is controlled completely with your phone so you can swap out art, videos, GIFs, and even code-based projects that are executed in real time.

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The Cloud by Richard Clarkson

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Google unveiled an app that lets Android users transform their phones into VR headsets with the help of a DIY cardboard viewer. Created by Google’s David Coz and Damien Henry, the viewer slides together like a pizza box and includes a pair of lenses, two types of magnets, velcro and a rubber band. 

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Isabel Chiara creates impressive gif collages

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