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This is The Wizard of Oz, as told in color only, based on the frequency in which specific colors are either mentioned or alluded to within the text of the book. British artist Jaz Parkinson created this series of alternate book cover designs for Smithsonian because “interested in showing how the human mind can transform a word of text into […]

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For the above video, Austin electro-poppers the Octopus Project took 4,000 images of pieces of colorful cardstock they’d painstakingly cut into various whimsical shapes, and strung them all together, stop motion-style. And the result is even more impressive than that description might imply: bright, geometric shapes appear, morph, and fade away–set to the synthy, sprightly […]

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