1. kettle-o-fish:

From Ode to Lumpy, Pout Melody (animation by Lilli Carré, sound by Alexander Stewart). Drawn on 20 pieces of paper. The full film with sound can be viewed here.

    kettle-o-fish:

    From Ode to Lumpy, Pout Melody (animation by Lilli Carré, sound by Alexander Stewart). Drawn on 20 pieces of paper. The full film with sound can be viewed here.

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  6. saatchiart:

We love this #InMotion photograph by Daniel Barreto, one of the entries in our Motion Photography Prize. Be part of it at http://explore.saatchiart.com/motion-photography/

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    We love this #InMotion photograph by Daniel Barreto, one of the entries in our Motion Photography Prize. Be part of it at http://explore.saatchiart.com/motion-photography/

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  10. dvdp:

1 minuteFollow one row from the beginning to the end.This is 1 minute of your life (ca. 40 million minutes).
1 minute can pass fast. 1 minute can pass slowly. It depends on your actual situation/conditions (even your body temperature).
Feel the time for a minute.

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    1 minute

    Follow one row from the beginning to the end.
    This is 1 minute of your life (ca. 40 million minutes).

    1 minute can pass fast. 1 minute can pass slowly. It depends on your actual situation/conditions (even your body temperature).

    Feel the time for a minute.

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