The demoscene is one of the most interesting phenomena to come out of digital media culture. It's a culture created by the first generation of
kids who grew up with home computers and computer games in the 1980s.

Even before Internet use became widespread, thousands of audiovisual works had been globally published and distributed by the demoscene culture. This was done using modems and diskettes.

The demoscene spawned a group of people that have worked in or started companies that played an important and pioneering role in the game, new media, digital graphics and ICT-sector industries in many countries. The demoscene
was where many digital media artists, electronic music composers, as well as visual club culture and virtual community activists got their start.

In the twenty-first century, the demoscene is still an active and productive global network and culture.

Please support multimedia art created by hacker and cracker artists.

Free Roman Polanski poster
Stepping into web design
Ferrari Hamptons Rally (web link)
Ferrari Owners Club
Northeast region (web link)

Loveliers (web link)
  Magdalena Kolodziej (web link)
Designing for the web:
5 things I love and hate

A few extra pounds
Save Demoscene in North America poster
  Mulholland Drive poster
Design by numbers
Space poster
Octave One
  Getting social
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