Giphy is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the GIF image format, with “Time_Frame”, a wonderful gallery show at Gallery 151 in Manhattan. One of the items currently on display is this awesome GIF “correct pronunciation” image, which is sure to perpetuate the endless debate.
The Time_Frame gallery show is open to the public June 16-21 from 1-9pm and June 22 from 1-6pm.
Big thanks to Leigh Ferreira for letting me know about this show!
Goodbye Christopher Robin is an upcoming film that tells the story of A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), the creator of the iconic world of Winnie the Pooh, how he was inspired by the toys of his beloved son Christopher Robin and how the life of the entire family including wife Daphne (Margot Robbie) and nanny Olive (Kelly MacDonald), changed with the unexpected auspices of fame.
The enchanting true story of the family behind the world’s favourite bear, Goodbye Christopher Robin hits UK cinemas on September 29.
South Dakota gamer and musical artist NakeyJakey (a.k.a. “snakeboy229“), who loves “creating videos about games for hot boys and gamer girls,” did just that by releasing an amusing video where he gives us a history lesson on the art of video game loading screens.
Loading screens suck, but they don’t always have to. Let’s hear it for video games everybody.
British Pathé is featuring wonderful archival footage from 1965 that reveals how a Matchbox cars factory in Hackney, London built the popular die-cast toys. The toys started as a conceptual design, were built into a wood model, and then headed to production and assembly for final touches.
Begins with fabulous shots of model cars and trucks on a moving conveyor belt. Looks like a surreal motorway with brightly colored cars moving along it. Traffic a go-go!
Matchbox Cars factory. Shots of men at their drawing boards designing Matchbox models. C/Us of prototypes being created – tiny parts are painted then a wooden prototype is created. Mould is made then scaled down. Man operates a pantograph – cutting a mould. Various shots of cars being made. They are then placed on a conveyor belt and are spun around as they are sprayed by a paint machine. C/Us of wheels being applied and women working on a conveyor belt adding small details like clip in seats.
via The Awesomer