We asked you to help make LA Game Space possible, and you took us above and beyond our goal! LA Game Space is happening because of your support! THANK YOU!
We are humbled and thankful to have the support of a global community invested in pushing games forward. Thank you for being there at the beginning and for making a resource that will give back for years to come. We look forward to sharing everything to come with you, here in L.A. and across the world.
Many of you have been asking if it is possible to donate more to receive extra Game Packs. Yes, it is!You can get as many game packs as you like, and gift them to friends by donating an extra $15 for each.
When the campaign ends, you’ll tell us who to send them to in our backer survey. Then we will email them a beautiful, illustrated gift certificate letting them know that the gift is from you!(And you’ll even get to choose if it’s holiday-themed or not!)
Alexander Peverett is a multi-disciplinary artist from Wigan, England that resides in Japan and the United Kingdom. His personal work explores the fields of electronic & computer music, video art, multi-media installation, generative art and computer graphics. He works as a freelance Art Director, Computer Artist, Sound Designer and Video Director.
eBoy is a pixel art group founded by Kai Vermehr, Steffen Sauerteig and Svend Smital. Famous for their illustration, web design, fonts and toys, eBoy has an international cult following. Their imagery is colorful, funny, subversive and startlingly original.
eBoy designed a new T-shirt just for LA Game Space, available only until December 7at the LA Game Space Kickstarter!Get your eBoy T-shirt, and other great rewards including new video games by Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time), Keita Takahashi (Katamari Damacy) and more today!
New media artist Jon Cates began to use the term Dirty New Media, “to express a contrast with the kind of cleanliness that I associate with more commercial or corporate styles of digital art and design.” A professor at the the Film, Video, New Media and Animation Department at the SAIC and developer of its New Media curriculum, Cates helped originate the raw, direct, unkempt, and noisy, style with colleagues and students
Q. What are you most interested in exploring in video games?
“everything! we believe in these forms as vital && vibrant techosocial forms of artistic expression.”
Q. What excites you most about LA Game Space?
“homes for Art Games && Indy Games give ppl spaces to socially interact && engage w/ these forms which is in + of itself important && exciting!”
A follow-up to yesterday’s post: we have confirmed that Adam Saltsman (Canabalt, Gravity Hook) is teaming up with Keita Takahashi (Katamari, Noby Noby Boy) to make the new game that’s exclusive to our Kickstarter! Superpowers united, this game is guaranteed to be amazing!