Vine, previously known for ruining every medium of visual art, has reached new heights: an infinitely looping vision of its king, Jack Dorsey. Vanity has never looked so good—and this might be what actually makes Vine more than a niche novelty.
Dorsey broke the news of Vine's newest feature—videos via your phone's front camera—with its most wonderful possible application: Dorsey.
His square jaw, his mathematically flawless forehead. He stands, stoically, on a street corner, before gracing us with an upward shot of his neck. It's contextless, bold, and eternal—now, the still, silent selfie, like photography and painting before it, are obsolete. I might never stop looking at this.