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Muybridges Camel Giphoscope

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$351

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Muybridges Camel Giphoscope

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The Muybridge's Camel Giphoscope displays an animated GIF of a bachtrian camel galloping, created from Plate 739 by Eadweard Muybridge (1887) in Animal locomotion: an electro-photographic investigation of consecutive phases of animal movements, 1872-1885. Please have a look to our profile video to see the Muybridge's Camel Giphoscope in action. Eadweard Muybridge was an English photographer important for his pioneering work in photographic studies of motion, and early work in motion-picture projection. The Muybridge's Camel has been entirely handcrafted in Italy. It has a mono-component aluminum holding frame, black velvet details to avoid friction, and a black painted wood base.
24 laminated paper printed frames
Mono-component aluminum holding frame
Velvet details to avoid friction
Black painted wood base
Aluminum plaque
Handcrafted in Italy
Dimensions: 17x13x17,5 cm.
  • Tracked delivery to home or work, direct from the designer
  • Free returns within 14 days, collection arranged by us

  • Extended Xmas returns for exchange or credit until 7 Jan
  • Last orders for Xmas delivery by 16 Dec

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Meet The Designer

The Giphoscope is the world first motion picture frame, created by designers Alessandro Scali and Marco Calabrese.
The Giphoscope turns GIFs and digital videos into an analog piece of art and design, handcrafted in Italy with devotion.
Each Giphoscope is a unique object, an exclusive limited edition of one.

Based on the Mutoscope created by Herman Casler in the 1890s, the Giphoscope follows the same principle as the flip book: a sequence of images on a Rolodex-style wheel with a handle that you can turn to 'flip' them.
Each Giphoscope is a unique object, an exclusive limited edition of one.

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