The Dead ZoneMore Like This
Julien Coquentin The Dead Zone
the dead zone
Julien Coquentin (bwiti) is a French “street art” photographer who captures people interacting with their environments, usually public spaces.
Sometimes the photos are “natural” captures in the moment. Sometimes the subjects are posed to become a part of the scene, sometimes as a comment on or extension of existing atmospheric art in the background, like graffiti (as in his series, “Please Draw me a Wall.”)
Collection: The Nintendo GenerationsMore Like This
The Nintendo Generations
While Atari may have defined a generation of gamers, Nintendo has both ushered in and held the hearts of several generations with their unique combination of affordable consoles and memorable characters. Mario may have been born a supporting character in Donkey Kong, but he has climbed the ladder, or perhaps slid up the pipe, to become not only Nintendo’s mascot, but one of the most recognizable characters across the globe.
Nintendo products ha
Embedding Steampunk videos in the journal...Strange how we are unable to upload videos directly to DeviantArt but we can do so in the journals. In my recent deviations I have simply provided a link to a short video on youtube and knocked up the image to get your attention. However, here I can embed the actual youtube video.More Like This
All credit to Jeff Wayne and Rage Software & GT Interactive at www.thewaroftheworlds.com/
These are the two introductions from Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds RTS PC game.
The original videos are very low quality and very small in width and height. It was also bundled in a format that was not available to all systems. So, I have extracted the video from the Bink FMV files bundled with the PC game, removed the interpolation that caused the weird horizontal lines and have created a new version with smoother and less jagged video.
The quality is not up to modern standards but we aren't going to get any better unless the