Pyeong Jun Park is a professional Illustrator and Digital Artist, born in South Korea but currently living in Meguro-ku, a special ward in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading »
Egor Klyuchnyk is a talented Ukraine-based artist and illustrator behind these incredible images. They features many movie, TV, video game and comic book references. It is just WOW. Continue reading »
Odds are you and your colleagues are spending more time on video calls these days. Well, for your next team meeting or company Zoom call, why not mix things up a bit? For $100, you can have a llama or goat visit your call. Yes, really. Continue reading »
Video editor Denis Shiryaev recently shared a video on his Youtube channel that shows colorized footage of New York City in 1911. The video is a restored version of the footage previously shared by a Swedish film crew from Svenska Biografteatern, which showed an old film slowed down to a natural rate with added sound for ambiance. Continue reading »
The United Kingdom’s Royal Mail has issued a series of official postage stamps that celebrate classic British video games. The stamps are available in a variety of collections and include such games as Tomb Raider, Sensible Soccer, Worms, Micro Machines, and Lemmings. Continue reading »
We all love a little nostalgia. Small things that remind us of how it used to be, how things have changed over the years. One of the more nostalgic things out there are VHS tapes. VHS tapes aren’t used almost anywhere anymore, but Nick Collins found a perfect place for them by turning his own basement into an amazing ’90s Blockbuster memorial. Continue reading »
Many times we watch TV series and animation films, or play video games without thinking about how they could have been done. What hides behind every smile drawn or every look that, drawn with perfectly demarcated lines, overflows humanity, making us feel completely identified. Continue reading »
If you’re a fan of classic arcade games or just a geeky pixel look this new collection of digitally printed roller blinds is for you. Created by the team at English Blinds offers a great way to add some retro gaming fun to the windows as homage to classic games of the late 70’s and early 80’s such as Space Invaders and Pac Man. Continue reading »
Darek Zabrocki is a concept artist and illustrator based in Gdansk, Poland. He started drawing at the age of 3 and at first it was nothing but his hobby. In 2007, he switched from traditional techniques to digital painting and began dealing with it professionally. His list of clients includes companies like: Ubisoft, Square Enix, Sony, Guerrilla Games, Axis Animation, BigPoint studio, Firaxis Games, 20th Century Fox, Isotx and more. Continue reading »
We love God of War. We stan God of War. And we definitely appreciate the cosplay from God of War. Sony Santa Monica’s reimagining of the series is a masterpiece and we can say it over and over again without ever getting sick of it. While plenty have taken a swing at series protagonist Kratos, you really need to give credit to some outlier characters — like the recent cosplay of Valkyrie Rota. Continue reading »
Whether your family loves video games or not, I’m sure you’ll love to turn your whole family into cute 8-bit images. These custom-made family signs were created by Mozug Woodworking. Continue reading »
British artist John Clark combines pattern making, plotting, and injection moulding to create his unique paper sculptures, each finished with a variety of paints, pigments, and waxes. Continue reading »
Miller calls it the Cantroller. It’s not an empty beer can that has been modified into a controller with appropriate electronics. It’s actually filled with beer that is completely drinkable–at least to the extent that Miller Lite can be called drinkable. Miller produced 200 of them for the E3 consumer electronics show. They can be won by beating a champion player at the show. Continue reading »
Johan Karlgren, who goes by the artistic name Pappas Pärlor, is a Swedish urban artist who specializes in pixel art by creating figures with beads and integrating them into urban environments. His creations are fun to watch as each piece is created to interact with its surroundings making them stand out. Continue reading »
When we think back to the nineties today, all we can think of a strange things. Terrible clothes, horrible hairstyles, bad music. All day long talk shows were shown on television, the turn of the millennium was a time for computer specialists, and with it also us, in fear and terror, SMS fees of 11 cents per sent 160 character message tore deep holes in our wallets, which were anyway far too tight. From a cultural point of view, the nineties were probably a decade that, on the surface, did not belong to the brilliant achievements of the human race. Continue reading »
Nikolay Lobzov is a Russian painter and digital artist based in Moscow who has been paying homage to games he loves with amazing oil on canvas paintings of classic titles like Halo, Half-Life 2 and Soul Calibur. From the texture of the paint to the contrast in the medium itself, these artworks are a fun and creative ‘fan art’ tribute to video games many of us grew up playing. Continue reading »
Established in 2002, located in Warsaw and Kraków, Poland, CD PROJEKT RED was born out of raw passion to video games. The studio’s founders: Michał Kiciński and Marcin Iwiński, both pioneers in video game distribution in Poland in the 90s, decided to employ their gaming industry experience in video game development. Hence, in 2007, The Witcher was born. Continue reading »
How many times have you heard your parents say not to waste time on playing computer games? Exactly, so many times that you are smiling at the very thought, while reading this sentence. When our parents were kids, it was difficult to believe that games would become a huge branch of the entertainment industry and the driving force for new technologies, that artists will be working on their development, and playing them will become a job that not only brings in a sizable income, but also great popularity. Continue reading »
Videos Rule. If your company’s website doesn’t have them, you are missing out on an awesome way of communicating with your customers. Videos are an easy and dynamic way of letting folks know about your products or services and they can mean the difference between a lookie-loo and actual sales. Unfortunately, many companies let the high costs of professional videos turn them off to the real power of this marketing medium. Some folks even create low quality videos in-house.
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