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Super Metroid (SNES) Nintendo 1994.
Italian artist Dirittura d’Arrivo created an art installation depicting the disaster of a flight torn apart and frozen in midair. This intricately detailed scene complete with people, seats, and luggage, is entitled Integrity of Arrival. He used sinterized nylon to create this eerie installation. See closeup details of the exploding plane and more of his installations below!
With Lucasarts firing all of its game development staff, the future of future Star Wars games seemed in jeopardy. There will be a future for Star Wars video games, but unfortunately, it will be with EA. NOOOOOOOOOO!!!
Stars by Elephant Parade (by elephantp)
Guy fights his own hand, Street Fighter style
This is pretty much one of the coolest things I’ve seen today.
Zelda Themed Wallets
These hand crafted wallets are available in so many designs you could have one for every day of the week.
Redesigning the Save Icon
There’s a really great thread on Branch going on discussing ideas for updating the Save icon. If you’re any kind of designer you’ve probably had that discussion with your peers or friends of how outdated the floppy disk icon is, and how it certainly doesn’t make sense for a younger audience who are more familiar with clouds over floppy disks. The group of 13 designers go into a lot of detail like the semantics of the word, the history of how we got here and so on.
Happy 21st Birthday Wolfenstein 3D
Wolfenstein 3D is a first-person shooter developed by id Software and published by Apogee Software. Originally released on May 5, 1992, for DOS, the game was inspired by the 1980s Muse Software video games Castle Wolfenstein and Beyond Castle Wolfenstein. A promotional version of Wolfenstein 3D was released as shareware, which allowed it to be copied widely. The game was originally released on the PC and later ported to a wide range of computer systems and video game consoles. [Wiki]
Long Term Exposure Photos of Fireworks
Photographer David Johnson captures the International Fireworks Show in Ottawa, Canada using an unusual photographic technique of long term exposure. His photos of fireworks look more like bacteria under a microscope. The results are amazing.