The flippen annoyingly talented geniuses at Google’s Creative Lab have teamed up with London’s Tate and Science Museums to produce This Exquisite Forest. A site where you can create short animations that build off of the work of other user's animations eventually creating a collection of narratives visualised as, well, trees. It's inspired by the Surrealist/original hipster parlour game "Exquisite Corpse" where you add a word to a sentence without knowing what a previous person wrote down. Sounds lame, but it's proper awesome actually. So awesome in fact, that it's on display at The Tate. So if you live in London, head there before the Olympic madness begins on Friday. If, like me, you're thousands of miles away, head to their site instead.