[GAME-INSPIRED] Take a trip down memory lane through this photographic series documenting the evolution of video games controllers from the 1976 Spanish video game system Teletenis to the PS Vita in 2013.
[GAME-INSPIRED] David Friedman just rediscovered the photographs he tool with his Game Boy Camera back in 2000. The black and white pictures are of course very pixelated but we can still recognize typical New York landmarks such as the Rockefeller Plaza, a Giacometti sculpture at the MoMA or yellow cabs.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In this photo series based on Grand Theft Auto V, Benoit Paillé overlays the real world with the virtual one. Scenes from the game appeared to be snapped by people holding a large variety of cameras.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In this artistic intervention created by Georgie Roxby Smith, a female character from GTA V commits suicide over and over again in front of different audiences and at various locations, but her fatal action is only met with indifference.
[GAME-INSPIRED] You might not recognize them at first but each one of these four shorts centers on a different Super Mario character. The Fixer, The Addict, The Star and The Soldier are respectively Mario, Luigi, Peach and Toad.
[GAME-INSPIRED] "Pong" gets a second life in this gigantic version of the game presented in Nantes for the artistic event A Journey to Nantes, celebrating this year the appointment of Nantes as Green Capital of Europe.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In order to teach himself Cinema 4D and Vray, Dan the Ad Man created this video where abstract representations of Ken, Chun Li, Ryu and Blanka from Street Fighter, fight on a grid background.
[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.