Christopher Fahey
Since the beginning
Works in Brooklyn United States of America

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BIO
Christopher Fahey has been making computer games and graphics since childhood, and he continues to experiment with new ideas in computer art and design. He is the creative force behind the online laboratories http://www.graphpaper.com and http://www.askrom.com. Christopher is a founding partner of Behavior, a New York-based interaction design firm, where he serves as the Information Architecture practice lead. He has led many interactive productions as an art director, game designer, interface designer, and information architect. Christopher graduated from the Cooper Union School of Art in 1993 with a focus on interactive sculptures and installations, and has worked in the new media business ever since.
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price08-Dec-2006


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price_new01-Dec-2006


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DISCUSSION

Re: Cremaster web site


What's so great about the Cremaster web site? Looks like it has a lot of
nice movie stills and some videos from the films, and it's certainly
well designed, but it's only documentation of the films. It's not a
unique work like the "Artificial Intelligence" and "Requiem for a Dream"
movie web sites. Nor, honestly, does it look like it cost very much to
make.

http://www.requiemforadream.com/
http://dontcloseyoureyes.warnerbros.com/
http://www.donniedarko.com/
http://cloudmakers.org

I like film web sites that are *better* than the films they are intended
to promote.

-Cf

[christopher eli fahey]
art: http://www.graphpaper.com
sci: http://www.askrom.com
biz: http://www.behaviordesign.com

DISCUSSION

Re: best work with Flash? [ following curt ]


> twhid wrote:
> ... An artist sometimes
> needs to bend over backwards to avoid the sheen of the Flash
> aesthetic.

Set QUALITY to LOW. Commercial stigma erased!

-Cf

[christopher eli fahey]
art: http://www.graphpaper.com
sci: http://www.askrom.com
biz: http://www.behaviordesign.com