Britain's Tate Gallery is bringing its art collection to life — through the magic of GIFs.
As part of its charmingly-named 1840s GIF Party, taking place tonight, the Tate has opened up its collection to be remixed into GIFs. Here are just some of our favorites; check out the rest over at the Tate Collectives.
Images: 1) Matthias Brown a.k.a. Museum GIFs and TraceLoops remixes of Joanna Mary Wells,Portrait of Sidney Wells, 1859 2) Zack Dougherty a.k.a. Hateplow's remix of Albert Moore, A Garden, 1869 3) Gifmyass remix of James Abbott McNeill Whilster,Harmony in Grey and Green: Miss Cecily Alexander, 1872–4.