Animated gifs seem to be everywhere these days, but some gif creators are taking the visual experience of viewing quick clips of silent motion to another level. By carefully adding a couple of solid-colored (typically white), vertical lines to the moving images, an incredible three-dimensional effect is created. As characters and objects move into the foreground, they seemingly extend beyond the barrier of the image.
In a clever new commercial, Japanese food company Glico poignantly presents the everyday moments and important milestones that take place over...
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The American public loves a good label, especially when it comes to classifying generations of its population. We've all heard of baby boomers, which covers the Post-War period, and the cynicism of Generation X was immortalized in films like Singles and Reality Bites. Traditionally, Gen X carries us up to 1979 and then we move into the buzzword of the moment—Millennials.
Music lovers are in for a treat with an updated version of one of our favorite maps.
The 2018 Academy Award nominations were recently announced with some interesting surprises revealed and milestones achieved.
Guys, this app is DEAD ON. A post shared by kristen bell (@kristenanniebell) on Jan 14, 2018 at 3:26pm PST By now, you've probably heard of the Google Arts and Culture app. Its newest feature matches you with your art history doppelgänger, and the response to it has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic.
Claimed to be Australia’s first attempt at the“Slow TV” movement, the SBS television network recently televised The Ghan: Australia’s Greatest...
While we cross our fingers and patiently wait for Hayao Miyazaki's short Kemushi no Boro to hopefully debut in 2018, we'll comfort ourselves...
Interview: Prince’s Longtime Photographer Shares an Intimate View of the Beloved Musician in New Book
For almost 20 years, no photographer was closer to legendary musician Prince than Afshin Shahidi. The Iranian-born photographer grew up in Minneapolis, and jumped at the chance to work with the musical genius. From a chance encounter on a music video shoot in 1993, Shahidi grew into a role that transformed him into the only photographer to shoot Prince's legendary 3121 private parties in Los Angeles, as well as many other candid moments in his life.
Wes Anderson’s fanciful film sets are one of many reasons people love his movies so much.
For over 16 years, Brian Kesinger has worked as an artist for Walt Disney Studios and delighted countless people from...