Jay Keeree’s Animated Experiments with Form, Texture, and Pattern

As an exercise in productivity, experimentation, and practising of his skills, Jay Keeree creates textured, monochromatic GIFs in his ongoing project. As explorations into form and pattern as much as they are into movement, his short, little animations are equally dynamic and beautiful.

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Originally from Bangkok, Thailand, Jay is currently based in Philadelphia, where he works as a designer and animator, and part-time multimedia artist.

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© Jay Keeree, 2016

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