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The Pioneers of Game Art: From Arsdoom to Simbee

eBook (PDF), 159 Pages
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When did artists begin to use video games to create art? Many regard Orhan Kipcak’s ArsDoom (1995) debut at Ars Electronica in Linz as the breakthrough for Game Art. It took not long before other artists started to create their own levels and modifications to popular videogames. Palle Torsson and Tobias Bernstrup were still students when they in November 1996 created "Museum Meltdown" and soon a new art genre was born. In this book you will find interviews with the pioneers of Game Art as artists, critics and curators.
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Product Details

ISBN
9789186915209
Edition
First edition
Published
January 20, 2015
Language
English
Pages
159
File Format
PDF
File Size
853.06 KB
Product ID
22006006

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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