An award wining
zoetrope-style experimental short by Dutch animator Tess Martin wherein:
Spinning drawings guide us along the flow of energy through our planet, and let us ponder our place in the natural cycle.
So they do.
‘Freequences’ – another cakey zoetrope experience from the master of animated confectionary Alexandre Dubosc.
Careful – it might repeat on you.
Shallow vessels cut and glazed with precise patterns by ceramicist Kenny Sing, which transform into animated zoetropes when spun on a potter’s wheel.
A feline-themed zoetrope cake by artist and pastry chef Alexandre Dubosc featuring the cat trifecta: Felix, Maneki-neko and Catbus.
3D printed zoetropes by media artist Akinori Goto.
‘Melting Pop’ – a zoetrope cake by French animator
More of his tasty confections
Plastic Infinite is an illustrated picture disk by UK electronica duo Sculpture which animates as it plays the track of the same name under a strobe light or when filmed (as above) at 25 frames per second.
You can name your price when buying one
here but, perhaps understandably, it’s currently sold out.
Cyriak Harris unleashes his trademark fractal strangeness on a welter of 1960s stock footage for UK DJ Bonobo‘s new single.
Fullscreen HD for optimum effect.
Download the track for free
The Caketrope of Burton’s Team (he’s French) by Alexandre Dubosc: an aptly odd homage in the form of a cake that animates in the style of a zoetrope when rotated.
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Alimation: created by Alexandre Dubosc for the 2011 Annecy International Animated Film Festival spins crepes and cakes to make edible zoetropes.
Zoetropes, of course, are cylinders with sNOMNOMNOMNOMNOM