SEE IT | Mash-up: Nicolas Monterrat’s Surreal Gifs Combine Old Found Images With Modern Animation

We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers.

French photographer and animator Nicolas Monterrat has a delightful Tumblr titled Un gif dans ta gueule…, which more or less translates to ‘A gif in your mouth.’ Monterrat takes historical photos, paintings and other images and animates them to create humorous and often rather surreal gifs. The attention to detail is incredible, and if you’re feeling a bit glum, looking through his playful archive of work will definitely brighten up your day.

MOMENTS | Collage: Artist Eugenia Loli’s Surreal Collages


We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers. 
Artist Eugenia Loli, creates collages by using photographs scanned from vintage magazines and science publications. Her works invoke pop art, Dada, and traditional surrealism to present surreal visual narratives. 
Loli is also a former nurse, computer programmer, technology journalist, and filmmaker. After doing some animation work, Loli decided to try collaging and has since published collage work with numerous magazines since 2013.

MOMENTS | staying relevant on the go

Link up: Christian Louboutin Beauté x David Lynch, Kenny Scharf  x Topshop, FKA twigs x BBC Radio 1, Stevie Nicks “The Dealer” Reworked, Abstract Skateboard Paintings
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1. David Lynch has been really into fashion lately. The surrealist director collaborated with Christian Louboutin Beauté to create a campaign video that takes the viewer on a journey through planet Loubiville.