This is pretty damn cool. If you’ve ever played the game you’ll know what I mean.

Prince of Persia Animation Reference 1985 from jordan mechner on Vimeo.


July 24th, 2008

A website dedicated to computer generated modified cars. There are some excellent fake 3D images created from ordinary photos of cars. There’s also a tutorial explaining how it’s done (courtesy of Will).

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May 30th, 2008

FREAKANGELS is a free, weekly, ongoing comic written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Paul Duffield.

View the first episode

A great collection of geeky stuff for your home here.

My favourite, LEGO salt and pepper:


May 19th, 2008

Simple channel based website design concept, that utilises rather then replicates other user generated websites.

Courtesy of Kevin.

Interesting project – you can look at his latest images here.


March 22nd, 2008


Fleep made its debut in the weekly newspaper, “Asian Week” in Feburary of 2001. It’s about a boy who wakes up in a telephone booth which has been mysteriously selaed in an envelope of concrete. Using only the contents of his pockets (two pens, a paperback novel, three coins and 20 ft of unwaxed dental floss) our hero must fashion and execute an escape plan before he runs out of oxygen. Believe it or not, I try to end each strip on a cliffhanger which is very challanging considering most of the 42 strips take place inside this one phone booth.

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For The Love

February 28th, 2008

Occasionally encounters with human intelligence can be entirely bewildering. Suddenly you’re faced with the fact that other minds move in the same world and speak the same language, and yet have thoughts and intellectual processes going on that are entirely alien – and superior – to your own. That’s certainly how it feels to be shown the work of Eskil Steenberg, while sat at a spare table in a GDC conference hall. Steenberg’s temperamental laptop might not have wanted to help out, but what we saw flickering on that screen was astonishing and somewhat unsettling.

From – here’s more:

The game itself, dubbed Love (as in For The Love Of Game Development), is an exploration-based moderately-multiplayer FPS with astounding impressionistic visuals and a procedurally generated universe. Since Steenberg is a one man show, he’s relying on clever maths to build the world for him and then clever gamers to come in and help him figure out where to take it, and what to do with it.

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Le Grand Content

February 7th, 2008

A Film by Clemens Kogler together with Karo Szmit. Voice by Andre Tschinder.

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Codex Seraphinianus

February 1st, 2008

The Codex Seraphinianus was written and illustrated by Italian graphic designer and architect, Luigi Serafini during the late 1970’s. The Codex is a lavishly produced book that purports to be an encyclopedia for an imaginary world in a parallel universe, with copious comments in an incomprehensible language. It is written in a florid script, entirely invented and completely illegible, and illustrated with watercolor paintings.

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