Happy New Year all y’all!

Same as always, kids – party hard and take care of each other. 2014, let’s do this thing.

 

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“This was a case of young dolphins purposefully experimenting with something we know to be intoxicating.”

Dolphins getting high on puffer fish.

 

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#LionelStitchie

Lionel Richie-lyrics stitched on abandoned furniture.

 

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Toronto Frozen Leafs

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The Shining set recreated

Kubrick Season promo for Channel 4 by Knucklehead.

 

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Video Game Foliage

Dishonored (2012)

Darwinia (2005)

Sir, You Are Being Hunted (2012)

S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl (2007)

 

Making spaces for games is a strange and interesting art. Not being bound by physical limitations makes it possible to create impossible structures, but being bound by the technical limitations of modern computer graphics makes it difficult to create accurate simulacra of even simple objects. So video games cheat, using approximations to create the desired aesthetic result.

Plant approximations are especially hard, since organic structures tend to be difficult to describe in terms that graphics cards understand. This creates an interesting design constraint.

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Natation synchronisée by Jean-Baptiste Courtier.