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Tech Heroes - Ritchie - Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
Tech Heroes - Ritchie Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Ritchie - Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
Tech Heroes - Ritchie Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Jobs - Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
Tech Heroes - Jobs Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Jobs - Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
Tech Heroes - Jobs Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Jobs - Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
Tech Heroes - Jobs Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Tramiel - Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
Tech Heroes - Tramiel Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Tramiel - Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
Tech Heroes - Tramiel Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
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Tech Heroes - Tramiel - Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
Tech Heroes - Tramiel Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
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Demoscene Logo - Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
Demoscene Logo Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
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Demoscene Logo - Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
Demoscene Logo Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
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Demoscene Logo - Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
Demoscene Logo Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
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Zabutom Zeta Force - Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
Zabutom Zeta Force Poster 24" x 24" (60x60 cm)
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Zabutom Zeta Force - Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
Zabutom Zeta Force Poster 8" x 8" (20x20 cm)
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Zabutom Zeta Force - Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
Zabutom Zeta Force Poster 16" x 16" (40x40 cm)
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Background
Being a first generation digital native, I learned to draw on a computer before I could on paper. Since the late 80s, I’m an active member of the (8-bit) demoscene, a digital subculture that is driven by code, art and competition. The very first of its kind. 


Aesthetics
The technical limitation of the old computers have enforced very authentic aesthetics, which, however practical on some old media, were never served as a straight forward solution. Artists like to solve it in their own ways, some embrace the limitations and like to show them, some try to deny and work around them.

Demoscene
Throughout its 4 decades of existence the demoscene has developed strong traditions, which I like to embrace and challenge. The demoscene as the movement could be considered digital ‘folk art’, as the element of competition has developed into an unwritten framework, wherein different collectives (aka groups) can compete with each other. Therefore the work is often hard to understand, and to value for outsiders. The demoscene as the movement can be perceived as an anarchistic digital subculture, breaking the law with illegal software and lacking any form of authority. Creation for creation, and the fame. Pioneering ‘Do it yourself’, on a high level , in the digital era.


Today
I embrace and elaborate on the beauty of 8-bit limitations. Mixing it with modern technology to further explore visual angles based on these aesthetics.

Contact


Connect with me:
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See my professional portfolio here.