by Jean-Yves Lemoigne

Plus, these freakin’ kids cover Tool’s 46 and 2 and kick some serious arse with it yo.


Simon StålenhagSimon Stålenhag

Plus, Howard, the world’s first Kim Jong-un. I want one for my birthday party.


Simon C PageOptical Ripple by Simon C Page

And awesome! New Walking Dead DLC has been released!

David A Reeves Sihouettes

David A Reeves
David A. Reeves is a 28 year old Rhode Island native studying photography at NSCAD University in Halifax, NS and makes these great cut-out silhouettes of various pop culture medias. With an interest in music, photography and movies, he’s greatly inspired by video games, films and tacos.


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The Great Showdowns by Scott C.


Scott Campbell (Scott C) is a maker of paintings, illustrations, comics, kid’s books and video games. He studied illustration at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, focusing on comic and children’s book illustration. He now works for Double Fine productions as an Art Director on such games as the critically acclaimed Psychonauts and Brutal Legend. Alongside this career in games, he has published numerous comics and created paintings that have appeared in galleries and publications around the world.


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Kim Beom screams at yellow paint. And that’s it.

Compiling all the screaming, while retaining all the dead-pan comedy from the Seoul-based artist’s Yellow Scream (2012)  video. Bob Ross would be proud.

Jeremy Geddes

Jeremy Geddes is a photo-realistic painter from Melbourne, Australia. He is widely known for the Cosmonaut series of paintings, and has illustrated for comic book covers, in collaboration with friend Ashley Wood. Geddess won the Spectrum Gold Award for his cover art for the comic, Doomed. His children’s picture book, The Mystery of Eilean Mor, was shortlisted for The Aurealis Awards, won The Crichton Award, and was named as one of CBC Notable Books in 2006. (Wikipeida)

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“Hypermatrix” by JonPaSang

Seoul-based media arts collective jonpasang has created ‘hyper-matrix’, a kinetic vertical landscape installation for the Hyundai Motor Group exhibition pavilion in Korea. The exhibition comprises of thousands of 30x30cm cubes, which make up the internal facade of the building. A steel foundation was developed to support the integrated stepping motors that control each individual volume.

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Pip and Pop’s Candy Installation

Damnit man, they’re made of candy!

Australian artistic duo Pip & Pop configure these intricately patterned floor installations made of multihued sweets mixed with glitter, beads, toys, sand, and other equally vibrant found objects.

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