Remember GeoCities? I don’t.
I mean, I’ve heard of GeoCities, but I didn’t really get online until 2000, and even then I was primarily just visiting the same 3 yo-yo bulletin boards. The only thing I knew about GeoCities was that it was that place with all the terrible gifs.
The Internet Archive recently launched GifCities, an online search engine to find archived gifs from old GeoCities sites. Feeling nostalgic, I thought it’d be interesting browse those yo-yo gifs and share some favorites here.
The folks at Giphy have been killing it this year and I’ve really enjoyed having my own artist page where I can share all my original animated GIFs. Recently, Giphy has started displaying the total views for each GIF, so I thought it would be fun to go through and pick out my 10 most popular GIFs on Giphy.
Created with Trixel art, then glitched using pixel sorting techniques.
In honor of Bob Moog’s birthday.
An original concept design for our Sweet Ride video game. We later replaced the pizza with a donut. …
I had a great time hanging out at the downtown Apple Store in San Francisco today, talking about experimental iPhone photography and apps. Thanks to everyone who came out. It’s kind of cool to think my weird little talk might be the last presentation they ever have in that store (the new shop is opening real soon).
As promised, I’m going to share the apps and my full slides from today’s talk for anyone to reference. If I missed anything, please let me know in the comments and I’ll update the list: …
Here’s some original trixel art I made to celebrate Alien Day (#alien426).
If you like dark and gritty science fiction… you’ll love Far Away! My light hearted young adult comic book about a robot and courageous young girl stuck on a distant planet. Check it out here.