The Indie Web
1.20.2020 demoscene art

Want to know what the web is capable of? Here you go!

Artist and creative developer Lars Berg has one of the most amazing portfolios out there, full of wondrous WebGL experiments that always push the envelope.

Lars’s sketchbook is really one to sink your teeth into! From weird springy life-like paper image stretchy things.

To creepy spikey slug creatures that will completely weird you out.

Really, the creativity just doesn’t end.

I'm not weirded out enough already
1.17.2020 twitter

PortfolioDay has come and gone on Twitter, here are a few favorites to brighten up your feed today.

This week saw #PortfolioDay shoot up on Twitter, filling my feed with a marvelous array of talent.

It felt fitting to share a few of my favorite new follows, all people who will provide your Twitter feed with a fresh boost of color and a delightful pop of positivity.

Australian Artist Milly Que’s illustrations are just a stunning breath of fresh air.

Geneva Bowers manages to bring life and a special sparkle of wonder into all of her work!

Cassandra Jean’s color palettes give such mysterious energy to each and every artwork. It’s like you can feel them coming to life.

More, I need more!
1.14.2020 folio

This folio defines interactive design and development.

Ever see the title “interactive developer” and wonder what that really entails?

Nathan Taylor’s website is a treasure trove of interactive tricks and toys that really show off his vast skillset.

From a small Pac-Man munching up letters, to a web audio synth, if you haven’t clicked the link yet and checked it out, honestly you’re missing out!

Any highlights?