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Gif.TV

I’ve previously shared the rise of animated gif images, which have crawled out of “the seedier corners of the Internet, in profiles of message board users and the like” and “have started to emerge as a medium of some artistic merit in their own right.” A sub-genre of gifs have been given the fancy pants title of “cinemagraphs.” As an example, check out these 30 cinemagraphs from Kubrick films.

GIF.TV brilliantly jumps on this digital bandwagon. It’s your one-stop-shop to view gifs within the familiar medium of a TV set. Flip the switches to find new, randomized gifs, which are occasionally breathtaking in its artistry, but, more often than not, are simply hilarious in their repetition.

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