The world’s largest GIF, made via satellite

British graffiti artist INSA (whom you may remember creating animated building art; see Adobe’s interview with him) has been crafting giant GIF-iti. According to Design Taxi,

To create the massive animated GIF, INSA and a team of 20 people painted a huge mural on the ground in Rio de Janeiro over four days.

They photographed their artwork with a pair of satellites sponsored by Scottish whisky brand, Ballantine’s, to capture four frames that are then used to produce the GIF.


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