Small Virtual Transportations
February 22, 2007 9:40 AM   Subscribe

Inspired by this thread, I'd like to build a virtual collection of atmospheric web-based art sites like this one. Do you know of any?

Even if these things aren't the most brilliant creations of Western art, I love the way they function in daily life. I'd like to gather a list of these that I can send people links to, as an unusual 'hello', or a pleasant distraction from reality on a boring day.

If it helps, some of the things I like about this:

-it's non-commercial
-it's atmospheric
-it incorporates motion, images, and music
-it's interactive
-it takes a few minutes to fully experience
-it's stand-alone; you don't need to make a project of registering, paging through a number of choices or thumbnails or lists, you just direct link to it
-it's beautiful.

If you know of other sites like this, please list them here. Searching hasn't been helpful, because I can't find terms specific enough not to return web design firms, art exhibits, flash games, and commercial sites. Thanks in advance.
posted by Miko to Media & Arts (5 answers total)
 
Organic flash. This fabulous post will get you started.
posted by tellurian at 8:15 PM on February 22, 2007


I was disappointed that there was only one answer, but since this is a perfect and complete answer, AskMe has done its job yet again. Thanks!
posted by Miko at 5:55 AM on February 23, 2007


Wow. That is a great post. I just came across http://www.guliveris.lt/ which I think fits your bill.
posted by peacay at 11:56 PM on March 2, 2007


Oops....actually, that site comes strangefruits which seems to be well structured for searching/browsing for more of a similar nature.
posted by peacay at 12:14 AM on March 3, 2007


It also comes from strangefruits.
posted by peacay at 12:14 AM on March 3, 2007


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