Links: February 2004

  • Camperstrike 27 February 2004, 16:51

    Hone your l33t Counterstrike skills online with this single player training-style game, before heading on down to kick ass at the LAN party. (Note: Flash)

  • Grow 20 February 2004, 14:50

    A curious little game – quite short – that I didn't quite get the first time I played it. You drag objects into the centre and are scored points, but the different sequence in which you combine the objects has different effects, and varying points. (Note: Flash)

  • David Newton 16 February 2004, 17:29

    Psychedelic illustration by David Newton. I particularly like Higher Nature.

  • Yoko Ikeno 16 February 2004, 14:03

    Yoko's clean, fashion-based illustration incorporates 1920's class with modern style.

  • Butterfly nebula 16 February 2004, 13:03

    The Universe, as per usual, provides the greatest spectacles.

  • Gallery of computation 04 February 2004, 16:46

    Jared Tarbell has started up a gallery of scientifically based abstract images using Flash and proce55ing technologies. Some really complex, high-quality and beautiful pieces of art. (NOTE: Flash)

  • Hop David 04 February 2004, 11:53

    In the tradition of MC Escher, Hop David creates algorithmic art. I particularly like the renaissance stylings of Tunnel.

  • Ford GT 03 February 2004, 16:51

    It's a rare car that can pull off racing stripes. This one does it well. (NOTE: Flash)

  • Chun + Tong 02 February 2004, 11:05

    Sure, it's in Japanese so I have no idea what it's about, but I love the splash screen artwork!

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