Frequently-featured French guerrilla artist Invader — the one behind the pixel-mosaics you’ve undoubtedly spotted just about everywhere throughout Europe & the UK — has officially sent his latest work outside the confines of Earth & back to space itself, as captured by the video extract above, part of a longer movie he’ll be releasing in the future.
The “Space-one” project follows a similar but polar opposite guerrilla invasion in Cancun, where he worked with underwater sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor to bring his characters under the sea, as seen above & below.
Possibly one of the classiest mainstream-game-fashion-designs to hit your local Hot Topic (ie. one that doesn’t have “DON’T GO ALL ________ ON ME“/etc. plastered all over it), ThinkGeek offers this official Taito T-shirt, titled Moon Invasion.
Protests rage amongst disenfranchised invaders in Los Angeles community Culver City, home of yearly games festival Indiecade, which, as a reminder, begins its latest iteration tomorrow and runs through the weekend, and — not coincidentally — originally commissioned the pieces from sculptor Jason Torchinsky in 2011. [THE CENTER FOR LAND USE INTERPRETATION, via nullscapes]