An inventor named Herman Casler came up with a device that animated still images using a hand cranked winch. This was in 1894. He probably didn't know that his device would still be used today to animate digital files instead. This is The Giphoscope.
Officina K dusted off the old invention and gave it a modern touch up. It is still basically the same device - it has an aluminum ring that holds a few hundred still photos, but instead of normal pics, the images are derived from GIFs.
You can order one from Officina K's collection (Public Domain Review also has some fun Muybridge and Edison ones for sale), or you can commission them to make one based on a GIF you supply yourself.
Up-and-coming artiste Azealia Banks teams up with UK retailer ASOS on this music video release for ‘Fierce’, which is a track off of her new album. As for the looks worn by Banks in the video, you can get them directly from ASOS. Read more
This clip titled ‘The Silent Manifesto’ celebrates the global launch of the Maison Martin Margiela with H&M Collection, and features "protestors" marching through the city of Paris in typical Margiela fashion. Enjoy: Read more
If you're looking for the latest look from Fashion Week, then be sure to stay connected. Tech giant Google will not only be streaming 30 shows live on YouTube, they have also teamed up with various brands to bring live Fashion Week coverage to Google+. Read more