An eye-candiful short by Henning M. Lederer (who has much form in this regard) based on the question:
How would these great book graphics and record covers from the past look like when set in motion?
“Piccalilli Moths” by Australian/Finnish illustrator and Graphic designer Vlad Stankovic – twinkling fluttering scenes of moths, larvae and flora commissioned as artworks for a restaurant in Culver City, California.
Rendered here as gifs, each piece was created in watercolour and pencil, transferred to Photoshop, then printed using a lenticular process that confers the illusion of depth and movement when viewed from different angles.
Previously: A Probing Expression
By GIB for The New Yorker.
A new one-stop database of Prince gifs (searchable by album and song) from GIPHY in association with Paisley Park and Prince’s estate.
More hypnotic gifs by French student Étienne Jacob.
Previously: Necessary Disorders
More deeply satisfying gfs from artist and designer Andreas Wannerstedt.