Tag Archives | Art

…It’s TGI Friday: Pixel?


The best description for Pixel that I can think of is sitting inside of a graphic visualizer and shooting at things with a spaceship.

The game is as much about art as it is about getting to the next level, and there are unique bonuses that you can unlock after playing through once with a high enough score, so make sure to stick with it for a round or two.


[Via: Kottke]

…Infectious makes skateboards?

Infectious Skateboards

Infectious has always made kick-ass gadget skins, wall stickers and car decals, but now they’re expanding out into skateboard decks too with their recent purchase of PopDeck.

The link includes some very unique designs from some of the top artists in the industry right now, and they’re priced so that normal people can afford to add a little style to their skateboarding, or even their wall if the art is just too nice to grind away.

[Infectious – Skateboards]

…It’s Website Wednesday: Box Doodle Project?

Box Doodle Project

The Box Doodle Project is a fantastic collection of boxes that have been artistically rearranged to make figures and objects.

The idea is to make the most with the least, and I’d say that the entries that have been submitted so far have definitely achieved that goal!

Plus, if you’d like to make your own Box Doodle, there’s also a Box Doodle Tool that allows you to design your own online and then screenshot it and send it in.

[Box Doodle Project]

…The Hipster Grifter is foldable?

The Hipster Grifter

If you’ve read The New York Observer’s profile on Kari Ferrell, AKA The Hipster Grifter, then you’ll definitely appreciate the art that goes into making a paper foldable version of her that you can make yourself.

Just print, cut and fold to make your very own, but watch your wallet when you’re around the final version, because you never know…

[The Hipster Grifter Papercraft]

[Via: Cubeelog]

…Don’t Look Back is an artsy game?

Don't Look Back

Don’t Look Back is a surprisingly fun game that’s as much art and story telling as it is gameplay.

The controls and the visuals are simple, but each ‘level’ has its own feel, so you’ll need to learn as you go and adapt to the world around you.

Just remember, don’t look back.

[Kongregate – Don’t Look Back]

[Via: Kotaku]