If humanity is going to survive, we're going to need a great set of workflows.
In a sea of post-apocalyptic shooters, the game's world building and dark comedy could set it apart.
Canadian artists Nivanh Chanthara and Fred Rambaud built the dystopian "Babiru" universe from digital illustrations.
Game design looks different when you start from the middle of the food chain.
Putting katanas in a music video is always a clear path to success.
In the first episode of Culture Beat, we visit "Detroitis" sculptor Ryan Doyle, check out 3D designer and animator Randy Cano's home studio, and scuba dive down to Jason DeCaires Taylor's underwater sculpture garden.
“Maybe it's not too late for new things...If not, let's go down joking,” says Stanya Kahn, the artist and director of the show which opens tonight at Marlborough Chelsea.
It's a pulse-pounding, two-hour car chase that's explicitly about bringing down the patriarchy.
Here's a short 10-minute film by Floris Kaayk called 'Origin of Creatures.' As a connoisseur of all things dystopian (and utopian), I found the premise pretty irresistible: Humans, have devolved into single-limbed or organed variants of their former...
Floris Kaayk’s The Origin of Creatures features mutated hands and legs in a freaky future where the world has turned to crap.
Thank God it’s just an animation.
The Shenu: Hydrolemic System, from Tokyo designers Takram, helps the body to conserve water.