This is 'Seeing in Circles', a video made by Oscar Lhermitte by attaching a digital camera to an electric drill /buffer and spinning the shit out of it. I'm not sure if this confirms that art is in fact dead, but it definitely made me feel pretty pukey. Also: the cereal I had for breakfast this morning. "That was cat food." I was wondering when Lucky Charms introduced fish shapes.
Hit the jump to get your spin on, bonus painting of a nude on a drill traveling at a similar speed at the very end.
Video from camera mounted on a power drill makes your head spin [dvice]
Thanks to Alex, who once set the middle-school record for most consecutive spins on the merry-go-round and then vomited for four days straight. Me? I crapped my pants a see-saw.
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