The latest little blog to be "discovered" comes to us from Gustaf Mantel, a photographer, and clearly a classic movie buff. His much stared-at blog consists of nothing more than moving images -- technical term: gifs -- of classic movie scenes, with a quote and the film title beneath. There's something about these gifs that is more technologically impressive than seeing an actual, full-length film with moving images.
The blog is titled "If We Don't, Remember Me," in a nod to the 1955 film noir "Kiss Me Deadly." This fragment makes more sense when you have the full dialogue:
Christina Bailey: Get me to that bus stop and forget you ever saw me. If we don't make it to the bus stop...
Mike Hammer: We will.
Christina Bailey: If we don't, remember me.
In the dramatic spirit of "Kiss Me Deadly" come a series of classic films, both old and modern, forever immortalized in gif form. "Blow-Up," "Rosemary's Baby, "Dr. Strangelove," they're all here!
According to his Twitter, Mantel is a "part-time creative mind, interested in repetition, symmetry & chaos in art," with the repetition part most at play here. Did we mention the images are moving? Technology, man, it never fails to amaze us. See it to believe it.