You may have noticed Jeremy Brooks' photos of the Transamerica Pyramid in SFist or on his flickr account, where he posts a nearly daily image of the building from the view of his office.

Now per Curbed comes a 24-hour time-lapse video by Brooks, which he condenses into 23 glorious seconds of the city swirling around its best-loved skyscraper.

Andy Warhol similarly shot the Empire State Building in 1964, but stretched his footage to over eight hours because, well, art.