The PS4. The Xbox One. The Ouya. The Game Stick. 2013's turning out to be the year for all sorts of new hardware to come out of hiding. And now those systems are joined by the most mysterious and colorful one of all: the iam8bit Entertainment System. Want to know the hardware specs? You'll need to go to an art show…
It's Spring Gamers, starring Games Franco! This is a thing I want that I never knew I wanted.
Artist Camille Young - who we've featured before here - is the master craftsperson behind this amazing 1:1 replica of Majora's Mask from the Zelda game of the same name.
We've already shown you a sneak peek at the awesome art being created to celebrate the quarter-century birthday of Capcom's legendary fighting game series. And you can drool over a few more pieces in the gallery above. If you go to the Combo Attack Art Show at the IAm8-Bit gallery space, you'll see all of those and…
There's an art show opening next Friday in LA called Combo Attack. It's a celebration of all things Street Fighter, and will include the work of over fifty artists.
Using oversized fridge magnets—you know, the ones with…
Nintendo of America, as part of the company's 25th anniversary celebrations for The Legend of Zelda, got the team at iam8bit to dress up a room in the fashion of the series.
Four Roombas swept across the floor at this year's SUPER iam8bit art show, recreations of the most memorable low-ranking bad guys from Super Mario Bros. and The Legend of Zelda. Thanks to iam8bit, you can now see those Nintendo-fied Roombas in video action.
Has it already been a month since the launch of SUPER iam8bit, the LA gallery show of fine, video game-inspired art? Sadly, it has, meaning the show is coming to an end this weekend. But there's a silver lining!
Some of the world's greatest paintings collide with some of the world's greatest adventure games in this collection by Aled Lewis.
Reminder! Tonight's the tonight. The iam8bit art show returns to Los Angeles, California as SUPER iam8bit, opening its doors at 7 p.m. to the public in sunny, spotlessly clean Echo Park. You may want to line up hours ago, Angelenos.
Artist Jude Buffum has come up with this impressive (and informative!) piece called Magna Arbor Vitae Deku. It's essentially a biology chart of the Zelda universe.
This Thursday, the iam8bit video game art show returns to Los Angeles, California more super powered than before. More than 100 artists will debut video game-inspired artwork at SUPER iam8bit, a small taste of which Kotaku can show you a few days early.
The iam8bit art exhibition kicks off its fifth year of breathing twisted new life into 80's gaming icons with its biggest show yet, so expansive that it can only be called SUPER iam8bit.
Multi-media collective iam8bit knows how to advertise itself: slyly, theatrically and with neat, removable swag.
Pixel artiste Jude Buffum's interactive art installation "Painting with Pixels" slowly rendered over the course of five days at this year's Game Developers Conference, a project that you can now watch be constructed pixel-by-pixel in just two minutes, fourteen seconds worth of time-lapse photography, thanks to I Am…
Eager to get your hands on Bethesda and Splash Damage's Brink? We've played it a ton already, but if you're interested in Brink's brand of team-based shoot 'em up action and you happen to be in Boston this weekend, say for PAX East, you can get your hands on the game this weekend in an interesting location.
Game Developer Conference attendees this week were asked to use a single pieces of square paper to help recreate an 8-foot by 20-foot mural by illustrator Jude Buffman.