The voting for BEST VINES EVER is well underway over on Snakt. And fans are creating their own compilations and remixes from the more than 150,000 six-second clips originally created by over 400 of the site’s biggest stars. One interesting throwback one we stumbled upon comes by way of Snakt user @lemonhead, who aggregated the first uploads from 10 well-known enterprising and early creators into one creative mix.
It’s both interesting and entertaining to see the first efforts from the laundry list of names below and to see how quickly they all joined the platform. Vine officially launched on January 24, 2013 and by the end of May 2013, all of these individuals were already on board. They also pushed the creative boundaries of the six-second, looping, no-uploading, no-editing, in-camera-only application from the start, figuring out ingenious ways to make things compelling in a very short timeframe from Day 1. Here they are in order of appearance and original upload date:
- King Bach – April 29, 2013
- Lele Pons – April 4, 2013
- Brittany Furlan – Feb 11, 2013
- Rudy Mancuso – Feb 18, 2013
- Logan Paul – March 10, 2013
- Brandon Calvillo – March 13, 2013
- DeStorm Power – May 20, 2013
- Josh Peck – April 15, 2013
- TheGabbieShow – April 6, 2013
- Jerome Jarre – Jan 28, 2013
And here’s the compilation:
Kinda cool, right? We think so, too. You can go onto Snakt now and make your own compilation of things interesting and entertaining while voting to decide who’ll take home some accolades in BEST VINES EVER! You can find more details over at BESTVINESEVER.co, too, in addition to the information below.
- Tuesday, March 14 – Vine Creators Submissions Open For BEST VINES EVER
- Friday, March 17 – Fan Voting Begins on Snakt
- Wednesday, May 17 – Invite Only Honors and Party Time
How It Works:
Any former Vine creator can participate by filling out the entry form. Then all your Vines – complete with original captions – will be available on Snakt for fans to vote. Fans can vote within the Snakt mobile app with just one touch of a Vote button.
As always, thank you for helping us pour one out to Vine one last time. It’s going to be a good one.