Photobooth animations

These photobooth animations are the work of Nicholas Osborn of Square America. He describes them as: “a jittery, flickering, Frankensteinian attempt to bring old photos back to life.”

The Square America book “Who We Were: A Snapshot History of America” is available from Amazon.

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7 comments to Photobooth animations

  • Ruth de Wynter

    these are amazing!

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  • Kendra

    Wow - these left me speechless.

  • Hamish

    Bringing the past to life beautifully again

    I like ‘curl’ she looks cheeky

  • Dodo

    These are fabulous. The contrast between perky Curl and shy Glasses is almost painful to behold! One so sure the whole world loves her, the other not convinced anyone does.

    Boy is the life of the party. And Shy (#9) reminds me of Tavi, the adorable fashion blogger. Not so shy at all.

  • Lady Crafthole

    I love these so much!

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