3 posts tagged pixel art
DOTAMAxUSK - “通勤ソングに栄光を”
The title of this song translates to “Glory of the Commute”, which is pretty much what it depicts, a salaryman commuting to work in Tokyo. The pixel art animation is by notable Japanese chipmusic visualist m7kenji, who did visuals for several of Blip Festival’s live sets (R.I.P.).
Detail from “Everyone,” a print created by game designer Anna “Auntie Pixelante” Anthropy. Originally designed as the cover art for her upcoming book Rise of the Videogame Zinesters, this artwork features 204 different pixel portraits, all drawn by Anthropy, who is apparently a finely tuned pixel art machine.
You can closely inspect the artwork yourself, marveling at all the different styles she used for the portraits, by purchasing the 12.25” by 17.25” print for $25 (or $30 outside of the US).
See also: More Auntie Pixelante works
I’m not sure what this says about me, but when I see Tom Waits all done in pixel art, I don’t think, “wow, that’s neat.” Instead, I think, “man, I would give JC’s left arm to play as Tom Waits in a game!” Primary objective: smoke a lot.
(wosl @ flickr)