Artists' Tribute to the GIF

Twenty-five years ago today, the GIF (Graphic Interchange Format) was born. It was developed by Steve Wilhite of Compuserve. It immediately led to the production of animated GIFs, which brought us the Hamster Dance and the distinctive look of GeoCities websites. Today, gifs are more sophisticated and funnier than ever, because instead of just passing them around, people make their own. In honor of the anniversary, The Daily Dot invited artists to create GIFs specifically for the occasion. The GIF here is from Pusheen the cat. See the rest at The Daily Dot. Link

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