[GAME-INSPIRED] In his series of loop animations entitled Lambeaux, Nicolas Boillot deconstructs a video to get a 24 fps loop. One of his more recent GIFs, Loops of Marvel vs Capcom, shows us this process applied to the eponymous game.
[GAME-INSPIRED] When asked to build a sports facility in Port Hedland, a small town in Western Australia, ARM Architecture drew inspiration from its climate. The intense weather patterns of the town, such as to tropical cyclones and intense heat, were translated into the architecture of the building.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Models shot from above become the characters of a 2D video game set in the streets of Hong Kong. The colorful road markings of the Chinese city perfectly recreate IRL the levels of a game.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Piles of various objects are cleverly arranged together to perfectly fit into intricate spaces, between buildings or containers, or to become perfect squares. The installations of Michael Johansson are reminiscent of a game of Tetris IRL.
[GAME-INSPIRED] nstead of buying one of the many controllers available for smartphones, Chad Boughton invented his own gamepad to play Nintendo emulators on his phone. Since he wanted to go back to the original Nintendo experience, he chose to use a 1989 Game Boy.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Four iconic video games characters get the origami treatment. Yoshi, Diddy Kong, Pikachu and a Rabbid become paper-foldings. There is no more pixels, but their features are easily recognizable, even in paper.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Remember Me is an upcoming video game developed by DONTNOD Entertainment. Set in Paris in 2084, the concept art of the game imagined by Paul Chadeisson shows us a dystopian version of the City of Light.
[GAME-INSPIRED] The Smiths produced some of the best tracks of the 80's but their music can be a tad depressing. Butcher Billy gives it a fun twist by creating fake cover art for Morrissey & Marr's most famous songs.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Watch the evolution of the infamous Japanese video game brand in two minutes or so. From the 1980 Game & Watch to the 2012 Wii U, the entire history of Nintendo unfold before our eyes in an explosion of animations.