Physical Fiction’s work combines two things I adore – letterpress and pixel art – and the first thought that popped into my mind after seeing their prints was ‘why didn’t I think of that?!’ No matter, they are for sale and very very affordable. I just ordered the ‘Inteceptor’ print for the respondcreate offices (read: our apartment) and can definitely see myself purchasing more in the future as new prints are released.
A commenter on Gizmodo said: “They need to combine several more memes/geek fetishes to make this marketable. Like prints of star wars posters done on a lego press. Or something involving tetris.”
I couldn’t disagree more; I love how they’re creating fresh, original imagery in an old aesthetic and am excited to see what they’ll come up with next.
These long-exposure photographs by Thomas Birke of Tokyo at night are all-at-once sterile and alive. He was able to pull off a difficult feat: coaxing out beautiful, rich imagery from drab, often-overlooked, subject material. Click through to see more.
Pokkisam culled through the National Geographic Archives and pulled some exceptionally beautiful images. This unopened fern was my favorite of the bunch.