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Reuben Sutherland’s Kaleidoscopic Doodles

Reuben Sutherland is from New Zealand and is job is ‘mostly making arty graphic stuff’.  He makes his gifs as part of the Audiovisual duo Sculpture for live performances.  He views his gifs as ‘doodles’ just to show zoetropes and how they animate.  Despite his downplaying of these gifs as ‘doodles’ they are inventive, beautiful and mesmerizing.  I may even call these Art.

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