Psychedelic GIFs And Iconography Of The Internet

An Israeli band’s debut music video captures the terror and beauty of loops, and the visual style of Internet culture.

Document - Where You Are

Last week, indie rock band Document released their debut single “Where You Are.” Created by band member Nir Ben Jacob (vocals), the music video features a compelling montage of bizarre and perspective-altering GIFs, with a focus on recurring paradox loops, pop culture dance allusions, and absurd, sometimes animated destruction.

As a written companion to Document’s video, consider Rex Sorgatz’s creative and penetrating essay: Trapped in The Loop.

“Now manifested in GIFs, Vines, Supercuts, music samples, instant replays, and endless other formats, The Loop has become the preeminent narrative device of our time.”

Check out more articles on BuzzFeed.com!

This post was created by a member of BuzzFeed Community, where anyone can post awesome lists and creations. Learn more or post your buzz!

Facebook Conversations
          
    Now Buzzing