April 13, 2024

You won’t acknowledge the title Maxim Zhestkov, however in the event you paid any consideration to the launch of PlayStation 5, you’ll nearly definitely acknowledge his iconic digital artwork which accompanied the reveal of the console. Now Zhestkov has launched a digital gallery that he says will characteristic and ever-growing assortment of his digital works.

Maxim Zhestkov is the artist behind the satisfying swarm of particles that that accompanied the reveal of PS5 back in 2020.

A lot of Zhestkov’s work equally employs house, movement, shapes, and sound, which makes digital actuality the proper medium for others to expertise it.

To that finish Zhestkov has released a new VR experience called Modules, a digital gallery the place he’s shared 11 totally different works which customers can discover at their very own tempo and from any angle, full with artist commentary on each bit.

Modules is rendered in real-time and obtainable on each Quest headsets and PC VR (in addition to non-VR by way of Steam). Mockingly, regardless of Zhestkov’s work on the PS5 reveal, the venture isn’t obtainable on PSVR 2.

Zhestkov says that Modules will “increase to include [my] complete physique of labor.”

One of many scenes in ‘Modules’ | Picture courtesy Maxim Zhestkov

“Over the course of years, the venture will develop because the artist grows, increasing into new territories and blurring the boundaries between artwork, video games, and actuality,” he says.

The venture’s web site comprises a roadmap of future expansions, with an ‘Interactive’ section coming in Fall 2023, adopted by ‘Collaborative’ and ‘Inventive’ segments subsequent 12 months.