There are some beautiful, grotesque pixels in this game, and it's backed up by an equally fun ride.
A small group of artists made the free art tool their medium of choice, for one of them it’s even become a career.
These bit-block installations imagine a 3D world.
The artist gets a solo show at Pace Gallery before embarking on the world's largest public art installation.
From inside a digital world, Jeremy Nealis, a.k.a., Aertime, uses the internet to create immersive pixelated designs.
Part-digital, part-analog, Pixel Track brings The Internet Of Things into public signs.
Even amid steady streams of images of real-life disasters, the ones in movies are dulling our sense of what real-life is.
“We’re happily giving away our credit card information to people and yet we lock up our bicycles,” says artist William Betts.
8-bit lions and giraffes populate the artist's takeover of the the East African nation.
A new emulator called 3DNES makes classic Nintendo games playable in true 3D.
In the future, computers are environments rather than objects.