I really like the way companies in the US use numbers to spell out words for when you press the keys on the phone i.e. 2 can stand in for A, B or C.
This cute little GIF, a US-style letter box that opens to reveal a cluster of hearts, was a popular feature on the user-generated network of sites called GeoCities during the 1990s. It was, as appearance suggests, use to indicate links to emails. Sadly I don’t know its origins.
For some further reading, here is an ‘ode to the GIF’ written by marketing agency Nelson Bostock Unlimited – http://www.nelsonbostockunlimited.com/blog/an-ode-to-the-gif-2/
Credits: Vijay Shah, Blingee
We leave Chris Brown and his misogynistic shenanigans behind and jump into a waiting LOLS-Royce. Unfettered luxury that will have you ROFL-ing in exuberant style. This car is sure to be on every internet slang hauling wannabe cyber-rapper’s wishlist.
Credits: Ratedesi Forums
Way back in May 2016, we featured a clever cat named Baron who waits for the post to arrive in the morning before running off with it (see the post here). Here’s another GIF of the family dog’s worst nightmare, showing just fast the cat is at its receptionist duties. Well done Baron!
The GIF logo and centrepiece for SHIFT, the University of Leeds fine arts show held in the UK during 19-26 June 2015. A decent piece of modern GIF art.