All posts filed under: Flash


Evgeny Kiselev [Flash]

I’ve always been fond of Evgeny’s work and most recently he has been experimenting with different visual styles producing some quite contrastive work to the one he has been doing for the last few years. Kaleidoscopes seems to be an intriguing area for many artists to explore including Mr. Davis and Evgeny who has just posted […]


Five Elastic Years [Flash]

To mark + celebrate fifth anniversary of the fantastic, Moritz Stefaner created this beautiful visualization of articles posted on the site using his “Elastic Lists” flash application. How it works: The little tiles on the left represent the individual posts, with color stripes representing their categories. You can find a color legend in the […]


Untitled Painting [WebApp, Flash]

Partly inspired by Gerhard Richter’s series of overpainted photographs, Untitled Painting is a web application by  Thomas Traum with music by Tim Hecker, “Azure Azure” from his album Radio Amor. Set it to your own preferred location, paint over the landscape with the colours of your choice and embed it on your own blog. Untitled Painting […]


The Black Forest [Flash, Games]

The first of four episodes of Pixelate’s Black Forest series of mini games is now available for download. Pixelate, the team behind Mr. Bounce are bringing a series of tiny, experimental games this month, one episode per week. We have had a little preview of all four and enjoyed them thoroughly. For now, you can enjoy the first […]


Continuity [Flash, Games]

Part puzzler, part platformer, Continuity is a minimal flash game for your browser. With somewhat traditional platformer gameplay, the levels utilise playing cards mechanics forcing you to find the right layout of cards to progress through the level and eventually find the way out. Created by students of Chalmers university of technology in Sweden: Elias Holmlid, Dmitry […]


Spam Visualization [Flash]

Latest project by Kim Asendorf that has been developing over time if you have been following his flickr, is a visual exploration and visualization of spam collected ever since 2006 in his ongoing Spam Catalog project. Graphically kept as simple as possible, Spam Visualization explores how the visualization diagrams can commute between information and aesthetic. Included visualizations […]


Sharedrobotics Browser [Flash]

Created by Shiftcontrol, Sharedrobotics Browser is an interactive flash application that allows you to explore the history of robotics in art and popular culture. The blog functions as a database where everyone can add new robots and comment on the ones already there. The graphic interface works to visualize the data and create a better understanding of […]


Block Generator [Flash]

Blockprojekt is a daily blog launched back in 2006 by Kurt Block and Stefan Bergi. All you will ever find there is about cubes. Whether these be images, movies, illustrations, Blockproject is about cubes and cubes only. Included on the blog is the link to Block Generator. Created using Flash, BG allows you to create many permutations […]


Generative Engine [Flash]

The Generative Engine is the culmination of a year-long project in algorithmic artwork by Kyle Phillips ( The application generates compositions that utilizes supplied assets, user settings, aesthetic rules and a level of chaos to instantaneously create infinite artwork. You can generate artwork by moving the cursor over to the “controls” menu and press “GENERATE.” […]


Trauma [Games, Flash]

TRAUMA tells a story of a young woman who survives a car accident. Recovering at the hospital, she has dreams that shed light on different aspects of her identity – such as the way she deals with the loss of her parents. TRAUMA lets you experience those dreams in an interactive way, reminiscent of Point-and-Click […]


HYPE framework [Flash]

Created by Branden Hall & Joshua Davis, HYPE is a creative coding framework built on top of ActionScript 3. A major goal of HYPE is to allow newcomers to Flash and ActionScript to creatively play and express themselves while they are learning how to program. Flash has matured incredibly in the past decade, but it has done […]