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Florence – a love story in a game

Ken Wong is the amazing Australian game designer and artist, behind the game Monument Valley, which won an Apple Design Award and two BAFTA Game Awards. He recently founded a new craft games studio called Mountains and just released a new and very interesting game. It is called Florence, and it is an intimate love story experienced through a game.

From the creator’s description: “Florence is an interactive storybook from the award-winning lead designer of Monument Valley about the heart-racing highs and heartbreaking lows of a young woman’s very first love.

Florence Yeoh feels a little… stuck. Her life is an endless routine of work, sleep, and spending too much time on social media. Then one day, she meets a cello player named Krish who changes everything about how she sees the world and herself.

Experience every beat of Florence and Krish’s relationship through a series of mini-game vignettes – from flirting to fighting, from helping each other grow… to growing apart. Drawing inspiration from ‘slice of life’ graphic novels and webcomics, Florence is an intimate and unforgettable story.”

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Social Decay

I love this project called Social Decay by Romanian digital artist Andrei Lacatusu. Lacatusu imagines what it would look like if big social media companies had real, but decaying, storefronts in a post-social media world ! The attention in the detail is really impressive.

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36days Electronics alphabet

Brazilian digital designer Vinicius Araújo created a different letter of the alphabet for his project 36days Electronics. He only used Helvetica typeface and all letters were inspired by specific electronic items and brands, like a retro Apple computer, a Canon camera, a Dell monitor, an Epson printer, an LG air conditioner, a retro Motorola mobile etc. The execution and attention in the detail is amazing and Araújo has even designed a small gif animation for some of the letters .

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Scenes from classical paintings reimagined

This amazing series called Art History in Contemporary Life by Ukrainian artist Aleksey Kondakov, depicts figures from classical paintings reimagined as part of modern-day life in Kiev.

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A brilliant Photoshop eyedropper trick

I don’t know if most people know this already, but I just found out that you can use Photoshop’s eyedropper tool to pick colours outside of Photoshop itself!

“Just click in your photoshop document, hold, and drag the eyedropper outside to whatever pixel you want. 

You have to *start* the color selection within PS, but it can *end* wherever you’re able to move your mouse to.”

As simple as that!

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Hakanaï live performance

  

Oh, this looks amazing, I wish I could experience it! Hakanaï is a project by Claire Bardainne & Adrien Mondot. It is live animations performed inside a digital moving cube, based on physical movement modeling, on an original music score played live. Looks like a combination of dance choreography and performance, something between dream and reality.
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Waves in a vertical angle

This amazing surreal image called “Waves” is by Quentin Deronzier, a French visual artist & art director based in Amsterdam. Love the concept of vertical angle waves!

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Interactive RRRGGGBBB

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“An R, a B, a G, a mouse and some sound. Six million plus unique visitors shared the hell out of this!” A fun experimental website by Amsterdam-based Pregnant Studios, that only takes a minute to waste…

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A short film about absurdity

Preposterous is a great little film about absurdity, “random short scenes that do not make any sense” by motion & graphic designer Florent Porta. Love the music!

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Title sequence for Camp festival

This is a sci-fi style title sequence, created by Joey Camacho, for CAMP 2016, a creative technology, art and design festival in Canada.

 

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