Interest in a post on the GIF-laden Cephalopodoptera art this week compels me to post the mesmerizing work of Turkish multidisciplinary artist Erdal Inci. I am transfixed by high quality GIFs, and he’s a master of the cloned motion version. (The silly, one-dimensional GIFs that are endlessly reblogged are so irritating, but I give credit to their originators for at least working away at them.) Inci’s work is unique. That’s him on The Kamondo Stairs, Istanbul above and in most of the others below.
Inci has been working in cloned motion video since 2004 but has only recently put GIF versions online.
Erdal Inci’s archive of GIFs, here.
On Behance, here.
On Facebook, here.
On Vimeo, here.
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