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Roderik Henderson

Roderik Henderson captures a sad sense of longing in his images which explore the void between departure and destination. Ghostlike and transient these photographs instil not only loneliness but often a strange feeling of peace and tranquility.

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PlusMoins

French art collective PlusMoins are a group of Musicians, designers, photographers, video artists and programmers who collaborate to create improvised experiences using technology.

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Every day the same dream

Every day the same dream is an existential game which explores alienation and the monotony of today’s business culture. Created by indie game revolutionaries La Molleindustria the game’s protagonist demonstrates a bleak view of an unfulfilling work life.

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The Sandpit

The Sandpit is a beautiful stop motion short by Sam O’Hare depicting a day in the life of New York City, in miniature. The tilt shift effect gives the city such a toy-like effect that it almost seems other-worldly.

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Ghostly International

A new kind of record label, Ghostly International prefer to be called a multi-platform cultural curator. Combining visual art, music, technology and more, Ghostly really are the future of the music industry.

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Secret Wars Australia

Secret Wars has finally made it across the atlantic and onto Australian shores! The first semi-final was an epic battle between Jon Doe and Crèon, with Jon Doe edging out the competition after a split decision. The second semi-final is on July 1st at Name this bar, so if you’re in Sydney, I recommend checking it out.

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The Lion

For when a song fits a picture, or a picture fits a song. The Lion. Beautiful.

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Mark Weaver

Mark Weaver has been tearing it up in the MSCED (Make something cool every day) collective design project. His series show a unique style and evolution, and have a retro-cool feel to them.

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Demoscene.tv

The demoscene has been around since the dawn of computers. This underground computer subculture shows what can be done using skilled programming, a keen eye for visuals and an ear for music. Since demos must run in real-time on the computers they are programmed for they often push the limits of what can be done with the hardware. Demoscene.tv showcases demos from a variety of different groups, on a variety of platforms. You can also read more about the demoscene on Wikipedia, or check out the FAQ.

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