Where’s Wally?… er, we mean, everything

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Design on Thursday 29 November 2012

We’ve been looking at Slovenian game developer Matei Jan’s gobsmacking work, the Tribute Pixel, simply because there’s so much crazy detail (even if pixelated) everywhere on it. Summed up succinctly by the man as “my tribute to many great things that crossed my life and left a mark”, it’s great to get a peep at […]

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Pixels and Polaroids by Jherin Miller

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Monday 10 September 2012

Pixels and Polaroids by Jherin Miller mixed Polaroid-style photography with 80s-inspired pixilated characters. The combination of these two retro elements creates a really cool visual. Now we finally have an idea of what Mario would look like in real life.

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Cool pixelated glasses by Dzmitry Samal

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By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Monday 14 May 2012

Paris-based Belarusian designer Dzmitry Samal is really messing with our weakness for pixel art with these awesome glasses that are too cool for school. Of course, if we didn’t play so many pixelated video games, we might not need these glasses.

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Tomby

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By Ilana Kohn in New Illustration on Thursday 25 December 2008

How has it taken me this long to get around to writing about the wonderful Tomby? He is the pixel master, with a sense of colour, composition, and narrative to die for. And in case you might be wondering, Tomby and Emily Eibel, the folksy stitching maestro, are one and the same! It’s quite amazing that one individual can manage to so thoroughly change gears on a regular basis and keep cranking out such inspiring, creative work.

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