Created by The Daily Robot
the-daily-robot: These are the first 3 entries in what I hope becomes a continuing series of designs depicting actual cityscapes in the graphical style of NES/Famicom games. The first 3 - Boston, Chicago, and Seattle, are available now as prints at my Etsy store, and will shortly be available on shirts and device cases at my RedBubble shop. Each has a daytime/sunset version, so you can pick your preferred magic hour.
I want to make more pieces like these, so if you want to see your city in 8-bit glory let me know, since I’m open to suggestions!
Avery Lawrence - Moving a Tree, performance, shown by Heiner Contemporary, (e)merge 2011
image courtesy of Heiner Contermporary
Britany Nola photographed by Stacey Mark
Title: Bangkok Pool Party on a Pickup Truck (aka A short trip to my hometown)
Description: A satirical collage that pokes fun in a tongue-in-cheek way at foreigners celebrating Songkran (Thai New Year) festival in Bangkok.
Bio: Gloria Supatra Bhargava is a collage artist based in Bangkok. In particular, she likes to portray the iconoclastic dystopia of 1950s American Hollywood life against the backdrop of the newly-emerging super-societies of the future and the wider cosmos. Her works are often nihilistic, surreal, and with just the right touch of satire.