We can hardly believe it ourselves, but these beautiful animated scenes – reminiscent of the backgrounds in old LucasArts adventures – were entirely coded in HTML5 using 8-bit color cycling.
For almost 20 years now, the farmers of the town of Inokodate in the Aomori prefecture in Japan have been making amazing illustrations using only different colored rice plants.
If you’re a fan of elegantly animated Japanese fare like Spirited Away and Ponyo, mark your calendars for the release of Studio Ghibli’s latest film, which hits U.S. theaters August 13th, 2010.
Table-top jocks will love these foosball coat racks. They come in two, four or five-figure models. The figures can even be painted with the jersey of your choice. Rugby variant also available.
This musical performance art piece consists of nine people wearing self-contained audio systems, moving together or individually to create an ever-changing, human surround-sound system.
We’re not sure exactly how animator Surfap managed to get this speed-run through the classic NES platformer seamlessly layered onto this wall and ground, but we like Super Concrete Mario.