zwian:

My abstract concept artwork for TBD: The MovieFor the character Stevie from the story Combust by scradam and schmutz-o-matic
Stevie is described as a wide-eyed, snot-nosed, 8 year-old kid. He looks up to Dylan in the story and is filled with optimism and the eagerness in their dialogue at the end of the script.
This gif is intended to express the character and his nature.

zwian:

My abstract concept artwork for TBD: The Movie
For the character Stevie from the story Combust by scradam and schmutz-o-matic

Stevie is described as a wide-eyed, snot-nosed, 8 year-old kid. He looks up to Dylan in the story and is filled with optimism and the eagerness in their dialogue at the end of the script.

This gif is intended to express the character and his nature.

prostheticknowledge:

Will Galleries and Museums Ever Embrace Animated GIF Art?
Article for Artnet by Paddy Johnson examines the issues of GIFs as a medium for Art and Galleries.

The year 2012 was a momentous one for the animated GIF. The popularity of Dump.fm was just beginning to fade, but the platform, which facilitates real-time chat with images, had sparked GIF-making among countless creatives, from programmers and musicians to designers and visual artists. With the rise of Tumblr, and the launch of Google+—social networks used extensively by artists to connect with each other and share GIFs—the medium became so ubiquitous that it was even dubbed the “Word of the Year” by the Oxford Dictionary.

She talks to myself as well as many artists including Tom Moody, anthonyantonellis, Lorna Mills, Jennifer Chan, Andrew Benson and abillmiller.
You can read the article here
[Above GIF is from nicolassassoon's 'Homeland Securities' series (2012)]

prostheticknowledge:

Will Galleries and Museums Ever Embrace Animated GIF Art?

Article for Artnet by Paddy Johnson examines the issues of GIFs as a medium for Art and Galleries.

The year 2012 was a momentous one for the animated GIF. The popularity of Dump.fm was just beginning to fade, but the platform, which facilitates real-time chat with images, had sparked GIF-making among countless creatives, from programmers and musicians to designers and visual artists. With the rise of Tumblr, and the launch of Google+—social networks used extensively by artists to connect with each other and share GIFs—the medium became so ubiquitous that it was even dubbed the “Word of the Year” by the Oxford Dictionary.

She talks to myself as well as many artists including Tom Moody, anthonyantonellis, Lorna Mills, Jennifer Chan, Andrew Benson and abillmiller.

You can read the article here

[Above GIF is from nicolassassoon's 'Homeland Securities' series (2012)]