GIF (Graphic Interchange Format) is an image file type that was invented in 1987. It can combine multiple images into one file and display each images just like videos. Dan Fagerholm has utilized this technology to create art works that brings his hand drawn monsters to life.

Dan Fagerholm aka “DAiN 8)” aka “I>/-|i/\/8)” is an artist based in Seattle who calls his work as “stereographic drawings”. By switching between images with shifted perspectives, the animations trick the eyes and create stereographic (3D) images. Below are Fagerholm’s hand drawn illustrations.

Check out his work at dainfagerholm.blogspot.ca.

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Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets


Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

Dain Fagerholm Twelve Gadgets

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