8-bit Glasses - by 6DPI
Acetate frame. Handmade. Designed in France.
The design clearly refers for late 1980s computerized graphics and video games such as Tetris. While computer images and graphics have been revolutionized over the past two decades, these glasses are reminiscent of society’s digital roots and how technology has inspired
almost everything in use today.
Order your pair here.
HEY! LISTEN! U MAD?
So as some of you know, I’ve been posting on other sites with some of the godly-ordained awesome peeps behind herochan and it8bit, among other rad blogs, in an effort to bring you, the waiting and wanting masses, the very coolest in online geeky content.
But our network is a multi-tentacled beast and we’ve just grown another noodly appendage. To help foster a community centered around things we think are pretty cool, we’ve created a flickr pool: 8-bit Hero, a place for anyone with a flickr account to post cool art or photographs ripe with comic book-y stuff, vidya gaemz, crazy lego builds, shirt designs, movie posters or whatever you’ve got: surprise us! We just ask that your submissions be either original content you’ve somehow created whether by camera, pencil, or magick, and if it’s not yours, then please credit the original source (the artist, not just where you found it).
I’ll admit this endeavor is an eensy bit selfish, as we’re hoping to have easy access to cool new art that we can post to our blogs… and that’s exactly why you should join! By being a part of our secret underground network, you gain access to the blogging power of all our sites combined! As this flickr pool will be presided over by honorable judges:
chanh (aka Chanh)
ronworkman (truthfully, I cant figure out what this guys’ real name is)
plus some dude who wears aviators and has a beard. And we’ll all be continuously checking up on the pool for new content to promote. And if you’re not an artist/photographer/magic maker? Why not follow the flickr pool anyway so you too can be constantly entrenched in rad art to admire and inspire? Join the club, help spread the word and show us what you got!
(Navi art by demonvenus)