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Battle Through A War-Torn America In NES-Style Game Steel Assault
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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 12/15/2014 06:38  |    0
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Pixel artists Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon have recreated the iconic opening to The Simpsons for a tribute video that's so fantastic, it's hard to believe it's not official. Featuring music from Jeremy Dower, an interpretation of Danny Elfman's theme, the pixelated, chippy take on The Simpsons' intro is a beautiful, stylized homage.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 2/3/2015 06:25  |    24
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Pantone pixel art recreating famous works art and album covers

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 2/6/2015 12:40  |    0
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Kids born today won't know what a pixel is, and that's a dream come true.
An article by Matt Smith on Digital Trends

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 2/16/2015 13:18  |    14
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Meme Run developer in hot water

Ninja Pig Studios Accused of stealing pixel art for forthcoming Wii U release Jumpy Cat.

Posted by Damien McFerran

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 2/18/2015 09:42  |    16
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The artist who gave computing a human face and often credited as the first pixelartist.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 2/19/2015 09:46  |    0
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A fan-made Castlevania, Star Path (albertov) and Crosscode (T-Free)

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 2/24/2015 10:43  |    3
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How A Space Invader Took Over The International Space Station With 'Space2' Art Installation.
 

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 3/11/2015 13:39  |    0
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It's time once again for the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences to call for submissions for Into the Pixel, its annual traveling showcase of game concept and production artwork.
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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 3/12/2015 11:03  |    13
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How a mystery pixel artist helped change newsroom culture at CNN in Atlanta.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 3/24/2015 08:22  |    7
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30 years ago, a budget micro shocked a nation with how good it was.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 4/1/2015 07:00  |    5
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A terrific article by a photographer on the subject of imitation, Refs, copies and plagiarism.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 5/5/2015 07:00  |    18
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FEMICOM Museum is a hybrid physical/digital museum and archive dedicated to the preservation and reimagination of femininity in twentieth-century video games, computing, and electronic toys.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 7/3/2015 10:55  |    1
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Tumblr seems to have turned everyone into a curator. 

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 7/3/2015 11:36  |    1
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Ubisavis has released shoot 'em up video game for Windows.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 7/13/2015 12:15  |    1
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In 1982, as new wave and queer punk were invading the Toronto music scene, computer programmer and artist Bill Perry brought a desk-sized computer to an artist-run video production centre called Trinity Square Video. While the music stuck around, the art created on that computer has been almost completely forgotten. LINK

Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 7/22/2015 09:39  |    0
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A discussion of pixel art's graphical barrage on contemporary media.

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Posted by 8 Bit Dreams @ 7/23/2015 07:18  |    2

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