"BOLD magazine „first contact“" by Marcel Mayer

"BOLD magazine „first contact“" by Marcel Mayer

The cinemagraphs seem to got stuck on their way forward, they are looking for release in some sort of infinite loop – and that's where they unfold their very own melancholy, their magic."

Spooky Cinemagraphs of Childhood Nightmares

Jean Moulin-Monument d'Aix-les-Bains œuvre de Marcel Mayer

Jean Moulin-Monument d'Aix-les-Bains œuvre de Marcel Mayer

Essor, sculpture monumentale en granit et marbres de Marcel Mayer à Le Chatelard – Savoie

Essor, sculpture monumentale en granit et marbres de Marcel Mayer à Le Chatelard – Savoie

You have GOT to click through and see these cinemagraphs by marcel mayer. child portraits?

Spooky Cinemagraphs of Childhood Nightmares

In this dark and dreary collection of cinemagraphs, German artist Marcel Meyer portrays a serious of super-creepy childhood nightmares.

A Serpent is Never Just a Serpent: Symbolism’s insistence that painting and literature made absolute truths (even about internal states) accessible through external metaphors spoke to French Jews in the age of Dreyfus. [LUCIEN LEVY-DHURMER. ‘EVE’ 1896. PASTEL.]

Finding Rabbis and Wandering Jews

Unduly Neglected: Marcel (Mayer André) Schwob (top as an adolescent) and Bernard Lazare (bottom) are only now being recognized for their true worth.

They play out like mini-movies. They captivate us with a small, moving detail. The term "cinemagraph" was first introduced to us by Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck only in early 2011. As an artistic medium, cinemagraphs have since become quite popular and the word is loosely defined as a still photograph in which a minor and repeated movement occurs. Usually published in an animated GIF format, they give the illusion that the viewer is watching a video. Mainz, Germany-based Marcel Meyer just…

Spooky Cinemagraphs of Childhood Nightmares

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