Because something is probably better than nothing.
If you had to express the serenity of the beach through just single sheet, then you would get this perfect GIF by designer Hayden Zezula.
In it, a wave propagates through a thin sheet, and we’re able to see a sort of yin and yang effect between the crest and trough. All this happens in the context of a blue gradient backdrop.
Sit back, play eight hours of wave sounds, and watch this GIF on repeat for as long as you like.
It’s late Tuesday afternoon and if you’ve been staring at a computer all day, you probably feel like spacing out. Well, partake in a GIF-induced hypnosis with the work of David Whyte from his blog Bees & Bombs. Some GIFs are made up of pared-down forms that oscillate between stillness and movement, giving you the feeling like you’re watching a pendulum swing. In other GIFs by Whyte, independent objects move together to form emergent properties.
We recommend setting an alarm so you don’t fall into a GIF-triggered stupor.