Transformers!… glow out. Must cost a fortune in uranium?
Credits: Überjet’s Glow-in-the-Dark Transformers Page via GifCities and Internet Archive
Imagine having a bathroom with tiles like these. Although on second thoughts, it may not be so good if you stumble into the bathroom after a late night pub crawl.
Credits: Silvia Guimaraens via Silvia Guimaraens, GIPHY, Giphy, Klim Dmt, Trippy Geometric and Pinterest
Stupid friends are bad for your health.
Credits: At the Jaws of Death via GifCities and Internet Archive
Just click the colour-shifting button for awesome Oriental rainbow power fuelled by the Moon. The world’s unicorns swear by it!
Credits: toolskingdom via GifCities and Internet Archive
The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
Credits: Le petit hérisson and Tumblr via Ana Sempre, LOVELY GIFS✿*ڰۣ* and Google+
A really cool rainbow cake made by YouTube baker CharlotteSometimes. Turn the cake around and thanks to some amazing colour work on the icing, the cake appears to change colour as it spins. This post is dedicated to my colleague Olha, whose mum and daughter make great cakes.
Credits: CharlotteSometimes and YouTube GB via Anna Grangert and MY MODERN MET
The chanting of the Lord’s names brings many benefits, including achieving closeness with God and peace in the mind.
Credits: whoa! and i and krsna via iandkrsna, #Krishna and Pinterest
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.
…and you don’t even have to worry about there being any anchovies.
This GIF was made by designer and stop-motion animator Micaël Reynaud. Using different video editing techniques, he creates ‘hypnotic very short films’, some of which have won art and photography awards.
Credits: Micaël Reynaud via Wired, Psychedelic Apocalypse and Facebook, Colossal
This is one of the spirals from my “Phi Spirals” painting – here we see an infinite zoom on the flower of life and golden spiral.
Credits: Ansel Bickerton and Sacred Geometry