March 29, 2016 AT 2:00 pm
Designer Turns Mondrian Painting into a Playable Pong Game #ArtTuesday
We love how this wonderful project from
Kristiana Hansen grew out of a community discussion on b3ta, from designboom:
in response to a brief set by online creative community b3ta to ‘turn famous works of art into video games’, a member submitted a short gif illustrating an imagined sport called ‘pongdrian’. upon seeing the animation, designer and programmer kristiana hansen decided to actualize the idea, turning the moving image into a playable computer game.
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