Phenakistoscope – Reviving the Art of Pre-Computing Animation

Drew Tetz, US Based Graphic Designer is keeping the Art of creating phenakistiscopes alive by his creative brilliance.

Designed in 1832, The phénakisticope was the first widespread animation device that created a fluid illusion of motion. The phenakistiscope is regarded as one of the first forms of moving media entertainment that paved the way for the future motion picture and film industry.

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South of Reality (side A) 👁😈🌀 taking a closer look at the individual sides of the new @cldelirium record South of Reality (zoetrope labels by yours truly!) ✨ side A starts strong with a blinking eye & soaring baphomet from the excellent “Blood & Rockets” music video that @richragsdale created, plus a lunar cycle made from moons by artist/friend @bakejullock (thank you Jake you are great!!)🌙 the whole album is a trip, call up your favorite mom & pop record shop & grab yourself a copy, then have all your friends over for a facemelting party ✌️ tune is “Little Fishes” by the Claypool Lennon Delirium, off the album South of Reality (the intro track & my personal favorite bassline on the record) 🔊 #tetzoscope @claypoolcellars @primusville @sean_ono_lennon

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