Here’s an old Imperial Stormtrooper from the original Star Wars trilogy turning itself into a new First Order Stormtrooper from Star Wars: The Force Awakens in one sweet GIF. Made by GadgetLove, they say that the “size difference of the two designs makes it look as if they are breathing in and out while evolving.”
Here’s your cool gif for the day: The evolution of the MCU Iron Man in 30 seconds, showing off the various iterations of Tony Stark’s armor.
GIFs, assemble! It's party time.
You've made it through the holiday madness. Well, almost — just a few more days left to secretly gorge yourself on leftover egg casserole. So let's shake things up a little bit. Let's get weird in this GIF party.
Today, we celebrated a monumental achievement in human history: For the first time, we landed an object on a comet. And xkcd creator Randall Munroe celebrated by creating this cartoon flipbook starting three hours before Philae's separation from Rosetta and ending with the landing.
What does Deadpool look like when he's shimmying about a dance pole? Adorable.
The streamers have been hung, the routers have been set up, and the files have been saved all to bring you this: The greatest GIF Party ever thrown.
Few infographs capture the liveliness of their subjects, but Eleanor Lutz's lovely chart of 42 North American butterflies reminds us that these are living beings as each butterfly flaps its wings.
This is great, and you can stare at it forever trying to find a pattern. Sometimes there is one, and then something comes along to disrupt it.
Sadly, this isn't from an official Simpsons title sequence, because now we really want to watch an animated Bart bike through Neo-Springfield.
Todd Lockwood's animated dragon would surely eat us, because we'd be too busy watching the perfect ripple of its wings to fight it.
It's GIF Party Friday, people! Do you have news to share, things to talk about, or just TV moments to re-live? Then put them down in GIF form, because we made a reservation under GIF, party of you, and it all begins now.
MLB pitcher R.A. Dickey* slings an erratic knuckleball pitch, posing a challenge for batter and catcher alike. The ball has been colorized to highlight its almost total lack of spin, which usually serves to stabilize the ball's trajectory.
Artist Javi Castro took the words of Clara Oswald, "Run clever boy… and remember," and, uh, ran with it. The result is mesmerizing.
From digital artist Zach Dougherty comes a fantastic assortment strange, surreal, and dreamlike animated gifs that are guaranteed to make you stop and stare.
For the weekend: a skull sits idly in the shallows of a briny lake, long since caked in the salt that saturates the waters.
In high school, you probably learned that trigonometric functions – like sine, cosine and tangent –can be derived, geometrically, from a circle (hence why trig functions are also known as "circular" functions). But what happens if you use a square to derive these functions, instead? Or a triangle? Or a heart?
On the last episode of Game of Thrones, King Joffrey was his usual charming self, prompting Tyrion to make a particularly violent threat against his nephew. Remember the good old days when Tyrion would just slug Joff? Let's live out our violence-against-Joffrey fantasies through fan art.
Via artist and designer Andy Helms comes a damn excellent series of 8-Bit GIFs depicting scenes from SciFi and fantasy classics, along with countless other films. Check out more, including tons of other artwork, over on his blog.