These are amazing. The last one, Neidenburg Church, is reminiscent of Monty Python. "When Photoshop wizard Kevin Weir spots a somber, 19th-century Russian man in the Library of Congress’ Flickr archive, he sees more than a black-and-white photograph: He imagines a pagan who sprouts an outraged, bestial head when nobody’s looking, then resumes his pose as a solid citizen."
GIF Named ‘Word of the Year’ by Oxford Dictionaries
GIF Named ‘Word of the Year’ by Oxford Dictionaries by Lewis Wallace, wired.com: The GIF has evolved from a medium for pop-cultural memes into a tool with serious applications including research and journalism, and its lexical identity is transforming to keep pace." Here is Oxford's official definition: GIF, verb to create a GIF file of (an image or video sequence, especially relating to an event). #GIF
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