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A two hour HD montage of 1540 paintings by Claude Monet – a significant proportion of the artist’s oeuvre assembled by Learn From Masters. To wit:

Over 2,500 such works have been attributed to him. That number is probably much higher “as it is known that Monet destroyed a number of his own works and others have surely been lost over time,” notes the Monet Gallery.


‘Final Cut: Ladies And Gentlemen’ – an experimental feature-length film by Hungarian director György Pálfi that was shown at Cannes in 2012.

Using clips from 450 movies that span almost the entire history of cinema, it’s a montage, smoothly transitioning from scene to scene, perfectly echoing the  tropes of romantic movies.

It might just be the best, oddest thing you watch today.


Of this blistering montage of stitched Google Earth imagery, Sligo based artist Páraic McGloughlin sez:

A brief look at the earth from above, based on the shapes we make, the game of life, our playing ground. Pearse McGloughlin and I collaborated on the audio resulting in something between music and a soundtrack.