Combined gifs – the art of taking clips from two or more different videos and mixing them together to create a funny little story – are hitting a new high water mark. Here's a collection of some good ones. Please share your favorites in the comments.
Esta es la "obra" por la que en estos momentos el mundo del arte esta de luto pic.twitter.com/4jDyIZnK3E — Pedro Damian (@PedroDamianMA) February 9, 2020 Art critic Avelina Lésper wanted to demonstrate her feelings about a work of art by Gabriel Rico on display in Mexico, so she approached it and set a can of… READ THE REST
A random dude did about $15,000 worth of damage to the famous bronze "Charging Bull" sculpture, by attacking it with a banjo. He managed to cut a deep gash in the thick bronze. As Artnet reports: Onlookers watched with cell phones aloft as the man repeatedly bashed the sculpture. They were unsure whether the act… READ THE REST
In the Ways of Seeing post, commenter Frederick_Hagemeiste suggested the 1980 series Shock of the New. The first episode makes a compelling case that engineering had a vast influence on 20th century art. READ THE REST
When we pick up our phones to shoot a video, most of us aren't looking to craft "The Godfather." We just want something that looks reasonably decent that won't be an embarrassment when it gets posted to YouTube or social media. But while not every video needs to reach Spielbergian levels of production, you might… READ THE REST
Be honest. How many plastic lids are stashed away in your kitchen? No, seriously…how many? Go ahead and check that black hole of a cupboard down there and find out. We'll wait… Was the number up over 20? Over 30? More? Now the second question is…could you even guess at which containers actually fit half… READ THE REST
Music is hugely liberating. And whether you love rock, classical, country, rap or any other genre, there's a real sense of accomplishment when you can sit down in front of a keyboard and hammer out a note-perfect version of a favorite tune. Of course, the only way to get to that point is usually after… READ THE REST