Snippets and Vignettes: Movie GIFs by Tech Noir

There are some stills from your favorite movies that are almost ingrained in your head and even the dialogue stuck with you that you had to research it. Double that experience with seamless animated movie GIFs woven by Tech Noir.


“The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” GIF by Tech Noir

The Snippets and Vignettes series for me has become an eye opener to see artists and works that are relevant in our fast-clicking times. There are just so many creative minds out there whose portfolios of work need a quick view. One artist in mind is Tech Noir.


“Atonement”


“Fight Club”

Inspired by the blog If We Don’t, Remember Me, Tech Noir creates GIFs that just go on and on. You’d have to peel your eyes to make sure you catch where the GIF begins and ends but it’s like each moment from the movie comes to life.


“Hunger”


“Hero”

Being a movie fan myself, I can’t help but admire works like these especially if they feature some of my favorite movies. And when it comes to conflict and confrontation, those will surely make you clench your fists and grind your teeth in anticipation. Looking at those encounters make me shiver a bit when I think of it. And don’t even get me started on those iconic scenes, they’re a different story altogether.

All information and photos used in this article were sourced from Tech Noir and GIPHY.

written by cheeo on 2014-02-18 in #lifestyle #movies #gif #snippets-and-vignettes #tech-noir

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