This is a tumblr you will find yourself clicking through until there are no more ‘next’ buttons to click. An evolving archive of animated gifs that exploits, that’s right, just three frames of movie footage at a time. Animated gifs are excellent in that way that they are like watching a migraine and also addictive: […]
A colourful thing to do on the net is surf on over to She Breaks for Rainbows, an evolving collection of images and videos featuring rainbows (with ‘Double Rainbow’ tastefully excluded).
The thing I love about Tumblr is that you can combine two things: create something goofy and make a website about it. Where else would you find Magic: The Gathering cards with googly eyes stuck on them?
I’m not a fan of camping: the creepy crawlies, the missing sanitary facilities, and chronically deflating air mattresses. But this blog makes me want to reconsider. Well, at the very least, I feel inspired to explore the world. View From The Tent invites camping aficionados to open their tent, take a photo, then submit the picture in order to share the experience via the Tumblr. Cool.
Ever tried to imagine what an artist looks like based on their artwork? I was asked to be involved in this Australia-based project by Anna Brown, where she photographs comic artists and then presents the work next to a portrait of the artist in their own comic form.
This blog, Angel Does Stuff, features a cardboard cutout of Buffy The Vampier Slayer’s Angel doing fun things like grabbing something to drink out of the fridge, or standing next to a Betty White calendar. These photos shouldn’t interest me at all, but I just can’t look away.
Pomocracy is a lifestyle statement Tumblr recently created in Berlin by PoMo, a nurse and designer. It’s an inspirational blog full of weird stuff.
The Mystic Lady Tumblr is filled with a lot of, what seems to be, found images. Whether its her prolific collection of National Geographic scans, or even the images that she reblogs, she has impeccable taste and has created an amazing aesthetic.
Anatol Knotek is an Austrian artist and self proclaimed “visual poet“. His evocative paintings, drawings and graphic designs have been exhibited all over Europe. They have one thing in common: They all revolve around the spoken word! A really lovely example for his talent are his celebrity text portraits, you can find more of them via his website or his Tumblr blog.
After the terrible earthquake and tsunami on March 11, and the devastating destruction it caused in Japan, many graphic designers and creatives felt obligated to do something to help in their own unique way. This Tumblr contains a collection of artwork made in the hope of creating attention and raising money for Japan. It is open for submissions.
‘Leave me a voicemail and I’ll write music behind your narrative. Call it a soundtrack to your thoughts’. That’s the short introduction this exceptional Tumblr gives about its content. The idea behind it is as unique and work intensive as it’s brilliant. The result is a raw, honest and touching collection of art that delivers moving short stories of people’s lives.