Yule Log 2.0


In any list of great holiday traditions, you’d have to include the Yule Log. Not the pagan ritual of immolating a hunk of some poor oak to mark the winter solstice. No, I mean the video version of said ritual, where folks flipped on a TV to fill a room with the ambiance of flickering flames.

Nowadays, VHS tapes have given way to streaming video and downloadable Yule Log MP4s. But if you want to take your fake flames one step further, to a more abstract and creative place, check out Yule Log 2.0. There, you can find the Yule Log reimagined by illustrators, animators, directors, and creative coders from around the world.

Put it on fullscreen, crank up the sound, and prepare to get jolly.

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