Pics: Game Over art exhibition & misc.

<-- Look at that beautiful piece by Michael McWhertor. A video game centric art exhibit was held at Giant Robot. Better pics can be seen at their site and I'm sure future internet postings. I didn't have much too add so here's a quick gallery of mine.

That SNES. How is that wireless? Was there a wireless model made back then??? That Duck Hunt, wow.

As always my output is poor. Here is some more material to fill up this entry.

In the old news department. After watching the movie Kill List, I was going back and saw a crowd outside a storefront on Fairfax ave. Being the jerk that I am I just had to stick my nose into somebody else's business. Apparently, from what the internet search told me this was a gallery to show the pics from upcoming photobook. Yeah, they're definitely images I've never seen before. I didn't take much pics. I try to strive that balance of showing others that can't be present and not spoiling things. I'm sure this is popular enough you can search on the internet for it. They were nice photographs.

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<-- Look at that beautiful piece by Michael McWhertor. A video game centric art exhibit was held at Giant Robot. Better pics can be seen at their site and I'm sure future internet postings. I didn't have much too add so here's a quick gallery of mine.

That SNES. How is that wireless? Was there a wireless model made back then??? That Duck Hunt, wow.

As always my output is poor. Here is some more material to fill up this entry.

In the old news department. After watching the movie Kill List, I was going back and saw a crowd outside a storefront on Fairfax ave. Being the jerk that I am I just had to stick my nose into somebody else's business. Apparently, from what the internet search told me this was a gallery to show the pics from upcoming photobook. Yeah, they're definitely images I've never seen before. I didn't take much pics. I try to strive that balance of showing others that can't be present and not spoiling things. I'm sure this is popular enough you can search on the internet for it. They were nice photographs.