‘Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire word, stimulation progress,giving birth to evolution’  – Said Albert Einstein in 1929.  

Almost a century later these words aren’t any less relatable. The only restriction is our own imagination.

The Victoria & Albert museum holds ‘Video Games: Design/Play/Disrupt’ exhibition which has absolutely blown my mind. In this world there is nothing impossible; any dreams can become truth. So many amazing game designs, from the plot idea to the finish simulation, were shown in the design/play part. At that moment inlife I really wanted one day to be able to make a similar animation. Since then I have been trying to work more digitally, even I haven’t ever done it before.

My projects inspired by the exhibition: 

/Rooster in Space/ – drawn in ProCreate on iPad Pro 
/untitled/ drawn in ProCreate on iPad Pro 
/Marlow/ drawn in ProCreate on iPad Pro 

After the fun part came time for contemplations and conclusion. Disrupt has taught important, very often not considered, parts of video games. Stereotyping that games are made for man only; sexualization of woman figure; racism and many more.

Flying pig

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