- Texas Rangers shortstop walks up to ‘Baby Shark’ 5 Years Ago
- The best wireless gaming headsets under $100 5 Years Ago
- Trump demands networks blacklist these guests—including prominent Democrats 5 Years Ago
- Bookworms! Now’s your chance to grab 3 months of Amazon Music for free Today 9:00 AM
- You can get paid $1,000 to binge-watch the first 20 Marvel movies Today 8:56 AM
- The ‘flat stomach’ meme has morphed into the ‘pregnant mom’ meme Today 8:43 AM
- Get 6 months free with this sweet Amazon Music Unlimited offer Today 8:30 AM
- Zoie Burgher tweets details about supposed threesome with FaZe Pamaj, Abigale Mandler Today 8:09 AM
- How to stream MLB Network for free Today 8:05 AM
- BTS fans at war over these divisive Mattel dolls Today 7:38 AM
- ‘ReMastered: The Miami Showband Massacre’ revisits one of Ireland’s greatest tragedies Today 7:00 AM
- 12 underrated Netflix comedy specials you should watch now Today 7:00 AM
- Debunking the biggest Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez conspiracy theories Today 6:30 AM
- How to make calls on Google Home Today 6:00 AM
- We now probably know the final runtime for ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Monday 11:06 PM
GIFs look so good next to the Seine.
Street art, meet the Internet.
For the past few years, a man who goes by INSA has been combining two art forms to create something new: GIF-iti.
The art, which has been found from Paris to L.A., is clearly designed for the Internet but manages to also look beautiful on the street, a rare combination that has endeared the artist to Web surfers and pedestrians alike.
“C’est La Vie” is INSA’s newest billboard, painted right alongside the river Seine in Paris.
INSA paints layer after layer, taking pictures of each change, and then putting them in order so that they loop smoothly back onto each other.
He’s been traveling around the world beautifying walls for several years. Here are a few more neat examples of his stuff:
You can find much more on INSA’s very own GIF-ITI page right here.
All photos via INSA’S GIF-ITI
Patrick Howell O'Neill is a notable cybersecurity reporter whose work has focused on the dark net, national security, and law enforcement. A former senior writer at the Daily Dot, O'Neill joined CyberScoop in October 2016. I am a cybersecurity journalist at CyberScoop. I cover the security industry, national security and law enforcement.