30.10.12 by Jeff

Animation loops by Thoka Maer

Animation loops by Thoka Maer
Love these looping animations by Lisette Berndt aka Thoka Maer. The longer you watch them the more brilliant they are. She posts them all to a blog called “It’s no biggie”.

Animation loops by Thoka Maer

Animation loops by Thoka Maer

Animation loops by Thoka Maer

Animation loops by Thoka Maer

Animation loops by Thoka Maer

thokamaer.com

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • benny

    it’s no biggie just replaced google as my new homepage. haha. these are so sad!

  • Alex Cline

    I love these so much.

  • there’s so much truth in these

  • JB

    claclasse! tu penses quoi de celui ci aussi? http://apostat.net/?p=1305
    moi ça me fait marrer aussi!

  • OMFG these are just life





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