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Credits: Suisse Privee et Cie Holdings via GifCities and Internet Archive
It’s a magical step-up from water straight outta the 1990s.
Credits: Product Placement and Tumblr via Andrew Sellers, ａｅｓｔｈｅｔｉｃ and Pinterest
In the heydays of the web hosting service GeoCities (1990s-2000s), this little critter, a simple tabby cat chasing an insect, was a staple GIF on many of its sites. Sadly the sleepy and active kitty never made the jump to Web 2.0, but is an important footnote in the history of the GIF as a decoration piece.
Credits: John Wong’s Cyber Castle of MatheLogical Ascertainment of Events 黃仲佳先生的「數學鑑證」及「事件偵察」資訊科技城 via GifCities and Internet Archive
Cyber City Oedo 808 is a 1990-1991 cyberpunk original video animation. It was directed by Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Set in the year 2808 in the city of Oedo (Tokyo), three criminals are hired to help the Cyber Police keep tabs on the city’s delinquents, but soon they must face a choice.
Credits: Yoshiaki Kawajiri via bigweekend (peer-inward.com), Tumblr, Josh Carey, Somewhere Else and Pinterest
Who remembers the old MSN logo, often associated with its Messenger and Hotmail services? While the logo still stands, the butterfly has lost its colour and got sunburnt black in the process.
Credits: MSN via Mr.Rungsun Klinkaeo, GifCities and Internet Archive
I do enjoy making graphics and GIFs for the Gifville blog (and a few other places as well).
Credits: Metakal via GifCities and Internet Archive
The ‘Blinkie’ with the million-dollar question.
Credits: Lucky Leaflet via GifCities and Internet Archive