Gamer Addiction

 

In the world of digital entertainment, the options are limitless. Video games, online poker and even Soduku are just a few of the many things that hook our attention and seductively draw us in. They can feed our creativity or kill it. Harness the positive while throwing away the negative with this design. Maybe you or someone in your life is an internet junkie, gamer or chronic crossword/Soduku whiz. This could inspire you to be the next great inventor instead of just a couch potato.

What do you think of this design?  What images and thoughts does it conjure up in you and how does it help show the world who you are?  Add to the conversation by commenting below.




Tokii .
Tokii .

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5 Responses

Caroline
Caroline

February 03, 2016

This is like a brain that’s so focused in one the one thing, whatever the obsession or addiction happens to be, that it excludes everything else. The colors and symbols show that the subject doesn’t want to be this way.

Brian
Brian

January 28, 2016

This one drew me in because I find that I might have one.
On the one hand they are a way to tell interesting stories and interact with them, and yet they do feel like a time suck.

Randy
Randy

January 25, 2016

A good example of an image that is incomplete without its title. Without the title, it seems like a strange piece of clip art having to do with perhaps a card trick, where the brain is deceived by slight of hand. With the title, we see a brain tormented with lightening by the stimulation of playing games compulsively. It works in context.

Jenny
Jenny

January 25, 2016

I feel like this art piece would probably be more powerful in person, especially if it was a larger piece. That being said, I don’t really like this one. I think the brain could be a little more detailed.

Abi
Abi

January 25, 2016

I see a brain that looks like it’s having a headache. Fingers caress the parts where lightning bolts are hitting it.
It hurts to be addicted. And yet all the mind can keep thinking about isn’t the headache.
It’s the games.
Even though it hurts, the brain keeps going back to that stuff.

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