Most Wild And Viral Halloween Plotagraphs of 2018

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Paris Hilton's Spooky Hot Plotaverse Animation
Paris Hilton's Spooky Hot Plotaverse Animation
MAUI, Hawaii - Oct. 31, 2018 - PRLog -- Posting spooky, sexy photos for Halloween no longer excites high speed social media crowd surfers. Wearing and sharing costumes can either run viral, or drown among Facebook's 54 thousand posts per second. Three mysteriously spooky, moving images however have tricked millions of people with visual treats. Purple smoke, colored skulls, 3D makeup, and shimmering stars are all the rage in these viral looping posts, created with a photo app called Plotaverse.

This Plotaverse social platform has the wildest Halloween posts of 2018

Shaina Sterret never expected to get 6.3 million views when Leslie Marie Guevara cleverly animated her festive pumpkin photograph into a looping video. Although trendsetter for hashtag,"100 Days Until Halloween", Sterret's pumpkin did not actually skyrocket, until the photograph was animated into a moving Plotagraph, and posted to Facebook. Paris Hilton, who turns out to be one of the most dedicated fans of the Plotaverse app, quickly drew over half a million Instagram fans, when she posted her first taste of Halloween, covered in shimmering "PlotaFX" stars. A very different form of animated stars can be seen in a stunning version of Salvador Dali's "Galeta of the Spheres", immaculately painted on a human face. The perfect optical illusion was created by makeup artist, Mimi Choi, and set into Plotagraph motion by "theGlitch". Infinitely imploding spheres can be seen on Choi's face, as over one hundred thousand art lovers tried to solve the motion art mystery.

With Halloween falling on Dia de los Muertos, sugar skull inspired artist and internet sensation, Butch Locsin, expressed his love for the Plotagraph effect in an interview with Plotaverse. "The Plotagraph program is by far the best tool to use for 'moving photos'. The movements are smooth and the program is easy to use." The gifted creator and performance artist recently directed a commercial for Corona Mexico, and is also known for his work on Fall Out Boy's music video, "Hold Me Tight Or Don't".

An entire feed of spooky Plotagraphs, riddled with mind tricks and spooky, moving Halloween art, can be enjoyed on the sharing platform of Plotaverse. The app is free to download for iOS and Android, and it even allows users to animate, post and share their creations for free. To find out more about how to animate any normal photo into moving Plotagraphs, visit, or enjoy the wildest ride through looping, skin crawling, festive Halloween art at  (

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