Dark Vomit's 'Run for Your Life' video game is one of the most peculiar art exhibitions I've ever seen. To showcase the portfolio of Dark Vomit from 1998-2009, Kelly Hutchison designed and rendered each piece to work it into a video game.
You can download Dark Vomit's 'Run for Your Life' video game art exhibition at the Dark Vomit website below. The music in the promo video above is by Girls Under Glass.
Implications - The advent of virtual marketplaces like Second Life and Entropia Universe prove that almost any transaction, activity or hobby enjoyed in the real world is equally enjoyable in virtual environments. Whether it's an artistic exhibit or real estate deal, by hosting the event on the Internet, companies can introduce a degree of interactivity, which always heightens the appeal and attractiveness of a product.
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