As any college student would know, notebooks provide endless possibilities with note-taking being the least fun of it all. Brian de Vera capitalizes on some white space of his notebook to bring a little dancing man to life using flip-book technology.
Segawa thirty-seven merges the tools of today with an ancient art technique to put a modern spin on some Japanese woodblock prints. Using Adobe Photoshop and After Effects, the Tokyo-based artist adds a creative twist to the static images by adding contemporary elements to the otherwise traditional prints.
These animated GIFs of the popular manga Dragon Ball Z are the work of Thai designer Phuwadon Thongnoum. The GIF series shows popular characters like Goku, Piccolo and Vegeta powering up or in popular poses. There’s even the dragon Shenron that grants the wishes when the seven dragon balls are gathered. Check them out and relive the legend.
Art and math collide in stunning fashion, producing dizzying psychedelic GIFs courtesy of Dublin-based digital artist David Whyte. The bouncing, swirling and twisting high resolution treats are created using the Processing programming language, with new ones published almost daily by Whyte, also a PhD student presently studying the physics of foam.
Check out these moving optical illusions and prepare to have your mind blown – and perhaps become a little dizzy too. David Whyte has used his extensive maths and physics knowledge to manipulate the open source programming language, “Processing,” to create dancing geometrical interactions.