Just stay off the Autobahn afterwards, mein Freund.
Recently, Reddit launched a collaborative art project called Place. Redditors were invited to pick a pixel once every five minutes to form an image with friends and allies.
In just 72 hours, over a million Redditors placed 16.5 million tiles to transform a simple, white, 1000×1000-pixel canvas into a surprisingly beautiful clash of communities, nations, ideologies, and fandoms.
Some succeeded in creating a giant Nazi flag, only to be usurped by a collective of Communists and Anarchists.
The infamous Techno-Viking. He was a German man seen dancing topless down a Berlin street at an explictily named music festival back in 2000, and whose video was one of the first true internet memes. The original video was entitled “Kneecam No.1”, and was shot by Matthias Fritsch.
Credits: Matthias Fritsch via Ratedesi Forums
Introducing Führerz headphones – the Final Solution to your audio problems.
Credits: totalleh.com via Ratedesi Forums
A GIF created by blind GIF designer George RedHawk and based on the ‘digital painting’ of the same name by Werner Hornung.
Hornung is a digital fine artist who was born in Konstanz, Germany. He emigrated to France in the 1970s to take up a career in advertising. His artistic career first began with collages before purchasing a computer and turning his hand to digital art. He has picked up several art awards and is a member of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts.
A couple of anti-fascists in Germany made fools out of a marching group of Pegida far-right activists after they ran past and stole the Pegida banner right from under the noses of the extremists, in a two-man battle against hate. They succeeded despite the march being under police guard. Gangster!!