Category Archives: animation

EVERYTHING – mini masterpiece from David OReilly

This is (I guess) a promo for an interactive game with the tag “Be the Universe in this epic reality simulation game” created by David OReilly.  I better stop there.  I am NOT a gamer, and I have no business … Continue reading

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Amber World w.i.p.

Amber World or Tripped in Amber, something like that, exists as a set of abstracted loops constructed from single frame images (from the American Museum of Natural History), mainly dinosaurs, layered, animated and creatively degraded (as to render the original … Continue reading

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“Molten Cubes” trippy abstract loop


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Son of Kong: stop-motion fight scenes

These scenes are from Son of Kong, the justly neglected 1933 sequel to King Kong.  Most of the original Kong cast & crew contributed to this film, which was marketed as a comedy.  Few would argue that this film captures … Continue reading

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Outerspace themed doodles & graffiti with hints of a story, as imagined by a young boy.  This was created as a gallery installation, to be run continuously as a seamless loop.

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pavemented graffiti (a strobe film)

Repeating patterns occur in a single frame matrix of mainly pavement textures.  Can induce headaches, or spiritual revelations.  Yes, I like this sort of thing.

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Seasonal Greetings 2015

Cheers from Lapsed Time Images !

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Psychedelic “Pseudo-Slit-Scan Eye Effect”

No, this isn’t exactly like the famous “Stargate” sequence in 2001: A Space Odyssey, nor was it done the same way, it’s just that it’s hard to come up with descriptive titles for stuff like this.  Best I could do. … Continue reading

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Guilty Pleasure: DumbLand by David Lynch

DumbLand is comprised of 8 short episodes, all crudely animated (and I mean cruder than crude) and all about a nameless family (dimwitted psychotic father, hysterical inarticulate mother, annoying squeaky voiced kid) and their depressing (& hilarious) adventures around their home.  There is … Continue reading

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The Fermi Paradox (Where Are All The Aliens?)

Want to feel humbled by our insignificance?  Here is an entertaining little video which explains that while our galaxy, our universe, may be teeming with intelligent life, but why we’re unlikely to encounter it.  This idea was first put forth … Continue reading

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