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The panicky predictions of the web turning us all into anti-social, procrastinating cyber slobs are quickly fading away as we spend more time reading, writing, interacting with, producing and sharing content than ever.
Is the line between consuming and producing blurring? Or even, could production be the new consumption?
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An aerospace engineer and designer of some of NASA’s latest projects has jacked in his day job to explore the space between new media art and “super genius” technology.
Based from Eyebeam, a US based creative technology center, James Powderly and partner in pixel crime, Evan Roth are creating some very clever experiments in modern digital technology and urban creativity.
You have to admire the intense fever pitch buzz EMI have created around the marketing of the Gorillaz third album. Their “Stylo” video and various atmospheric teasers released around the Plastic Beach album launch generated over 1 million YouTube hits within a week of release, so what is behind the cult popularity of this anti-pop virtual band?
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New York has seen it’s fair share of disasters over the years in the movies, but none as nostalgic as this 8-bit invasion of eighties gaming characters from director Patrick Jean.
Donkey Kong taking out skyscrapers, Arkanoid smashing bridges away and Pac-man runs riot on the subway, Pixels is an ambitious short film from One More Production.
It’s been nine years since the the worlds first virtual hip hop band spawned from the imaginations of Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett. The Gorillaz are back with their latest installment, Plastic Beach.
Their last release, Demon Days was the 5th biggest selling album of 2005, so this has a lot to live up to.
Kaws teamed up with Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama to create these droolable objet d’arts. Featuring fully movable parts and available in dark or light chrome, prepare to be $1400 lighter if you can even find one.
Brian Donnelly, the guy behind Kaws and the OriginalFake brand has made it into Fast’s 100 Most Creative people in business.