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Weekly Top 10 Picks by xibbit (@_xibbit_)

Road to Nowhere by @mactuitui

They say that all roads lead to Rome. So just follow your road, and find your destination. 1024px x 1024 px, 60fps 10 second video loop.

Amateur Photographer – November 2nd, 1953 by @time

“It’s been said that ‘every two minutes, humans take more photos than ever existed in total 150 years ago.’ What I love about this image by [artist Boris] Artzybasheff is he shifted the focus to the person behind the lens. And while the cover is from nearly 70 years ago, the image and coverline “Everyman his own artist” certainly applies to every person with a cellphone today.” – D.W. Pine, Creative Director of TIME Using his trademark style of transforming everyday machines into personalities, Artzybasheff drew a curious “amateur photographer” out of a camera, flash, bag and “strappy” arms. As TIME wrote in the cover story: “Americans are wrapped in photographs. They are caught up (as one photographer put it) in a “fever of reality.” Just when and how this fever produces true art has been debated almost since the first daguerreotype appeared more than a century ago.” Artzybasheff was part of the golden age of TIME illustrated covers in the 1940s, 50s and 60s, called the “ABCs” – Artzybasheff, Ernest Hamlin Baker and Boris Chaliapin. The trio produced 900 TIME covers and created a style that gave the publication character, strength and personality. Artzybasheff painted more than 200 covers from 1941 until his death in 1965.

Apart by @opheliafu

An animated gif created from digital adaptations of ink drawings by the artist.

Rubik’s Protocol by @pak

Rubik’s Protocol

Monochrome by @seanmundy

A streak of violent crimson pierces through a white scene, covering the eyes of a white figure. Model is Eric Daigle. Shot for “Monochrome” by The Unfound.

Tulip Mania by @antondee

Created after experiments with fractal generators during a talk about DeepMind and Alpha Go. I feel some of the words during the talk seeped into my subconscious and created this.

Ignis Aqua by @fox

Fire and water, elements combined. Abstract macro of flowing pigments and resin.

Distorted Rhythm by @nils_hansen

The Virtual sculpture “Distorted Rhythm” is part of ongoing concepts exploring dynamic and intertwined forms in space // About the Series: Though many of the works spark the desire to obtain and possess them, they are often skillful, nonphysical creations of a fantasy, much as others that seem to be confined to digital space are in reality massive physical creations in stone, wood or metal

Displacement by @karisman

Effects of gentrification problem are not replaceable, and leads to chaos. Displacement in this case not only refers to the translocated individuals, but also to the displacement of history, culture and social capital. The focus of the work is the relationship between the effect of change and the observer. Transformation, which often seems as a landscape, opposes the elements of time and depth.

1903 IQ01 by @artplusbrad

A study in animation using the Processing language. From my Animated series.
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