Archive for the ‘Gfx’ Category

Welcome back to TPOLM 7017!

Sunday, January 8th, 2017

It’s time to get the bum mad rush go yes no!

Fthr at Vizor! Fractal Flythrough! VR! Everything!

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

http://vizor.io/fthr/fractal_flythrough

Get “The day the earth was born”- merchandise

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

T-shirts, hoodies, canvas prints and laptop stickers!

It was 10 years ago (almost) that this demo was done, and now we have commemorative merchandise, with design by Antony Squizzato. Celebrate the unique cultural heritage with these products that depict the impact and significance of the 2001 product by TPOLM in glorious 2 dimensions!

Buy your TDTEWB stuff now from merchandise from Society 6

Get TPOLM merchandise!

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Yes, finally! How the hell did we survive all these years without any TPOLM gear. Get your TPOLM Space Giraffe T-shirt, hoodie, ophone case, ipad skin, laptop skin, poster or canvas print of this awesome design by grandmaster Antony. This work is published with permission from YOUR MOTHER, she said it was OK to have her image up on this stuff.

Buy TPOLM Space Giraffe stuff from Society6

Der Kollaborateur

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Matthias H. Risse and a friend Cem Kozcuer have an ongoing exhibition called Der Kollaborateur at Galerie61 in Bielefeld, Germany. The english title : ‘The Collaborator. An egocentric field study.’. Will be open January 21st – March 5th, 2011. Good time to visit Bielefeld and learn german! Installation photos at the galery’s webpage.

Galerie61

My name is Anto…

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Always a good idea to see what Antony has been drawing lately

My name is Anto

Graphics of Mahavishnu Spiderman Thor

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Thor’s pixel graphics gallery is still online. Check it out.

Pixel art by Nisse Borin

Fthr photoshopping on a wall

Friday, November 26th, 2010

Here’s some video of Fthrproductions photoshopping on a wall in Tampere, Finland. Also featured in the video are awesome live coded effects by Dave Griffiths and Data visualization art of Miska Knapek