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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 460d ago | interview

Interview: Per Fhager On Combining Embroidery With Video Games

Nintendo Life: Video games and art regularly collide with spectacular results, but the work of Swedish artist Per Fhager is one of the most surprising examples of this fusion of interactive entertainment and the world of visual crafts.

Fhager's work has been displayed all over Europe, and manages to capture the pixel-heavy games of yesteryear in a manner which turns already beautiful screenshots into something even more aesthetically striking. We caught up with this talented artist to talk about past, present and future projects. (Culture, Stene Projects in Stockholm)

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