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Vandalism News #56

Legendary C64 diskmag VANDALISM NEWS gets the mandatory yearly release with a lot of inside information about the C64 demoscene and also a load of tunes by awesome artists like Johannes Bjerregaard, ne7 and Conrad, as well as graphics by Mermaid and Joe, two of my favourite pixel artists.

Get it from CSDb

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Party Time! Hexcellent! – Dot Matrix Prints

MOONLIGHT PARTY (top left), signed and numbered in a series of 25. Design from the visual program FOODCRT.

CORRUPTED SKATEBOARDS (bottom left), signed and numbered in a series of 25. Design from the visual program FOODCRT.

GLITCH OWL (right), signed and numbered in a series of 50. Design from the visual program CHRlie.

It took quite a bit of troubleshooting and printer cartridges to get these looking their best, but I’m very happy with the results. Yaaaay! Will be bringing some of these guys to Blip if anyone is interested.

via Party Time! Hexcellent!.

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SCENE.ORG Awards: suggestions welcome!

Hey, it’s me again. Long time no see. Yeah, I know I bailed out on you all, but life’s busy. We’ll see how it changes.

Anyway, the Awards are taking suggestions for nominations until January 5th!
How does it work? If you have a SceneID, you can log into  Pouet and suggest what you want for the different categories! Just browse to the 2010 production of your liking and scroll down to the bottom nominate it.

Hurry up, there’s not much time! After that I guess you can at least participate in the People’s Choice category (not open for voting yet)

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Le Avventure Di Marionetti

Thanks to Keff I get a link to this artist, Antonio Glessi, which in the videos that caught my eye, seems to be working with Atari 8-bit computers or maybe Amstrad (more info soon).

Among many things, he made the Marionetti series, of which here’s one video

Very arty and tech-wise maybe not more than a bunch of slideshows, but I like the aesthetics he has coupled with the limitations given by the platform he chose to use.

Check out many more cool videos in his Vimeo link like Giovanotti Mondano Meccanici contre Dracula.

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Glitch – 1024mb

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