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Immaterials by Onformative imagines the form of metadata.
Onformative on their project:
Immateriality as material is currently being discovered, opening up a new poetic field in which to narrate with space and information. Location-based metadata waft through the space, and are thereby redefining contexts and places. A new field opens up to designers.
Photographs of dancers in motion stand in a crowded field, but these shots by Brian Kuhlmann really grabbed our attention. Initially, Brian was inspired by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010.
Using a few friends who were professional dancers, Brian photographed their motions in a way that seems like they’re underwater.
via Pop Photo
Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.