“Pixel art is a form of digital art, created through the use of raster graphics software, where images are edited on the pixel level. Graphics in most old (or relatively limited) computer, console, graphing calculator and mobile phone video games are mostly pixel art.
Modern pixel art has been seen as a reaction to the 3D graphics industry by amateur game/graphic hobbyists. Many retro enthusiasts often choose to mimic the style of the past. Some view the pixel art revival as restoring the golden age of second and third generation consoles, where it is argued graphics were more aesthetically pleasing. Pixel art still remains popular and has been used in social networking virtual worlds such as Citypixel and Habbo, as well as among hand-held devices such as the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PSP, PS Vita and Cellphones, and in modern indie games such as Hotline Miami and FTL: Faster Than Light.”
In this instance, we have used the isometric pixel art technique to create a mural displaying the different departments and aspects of life, here at Treadway. Most of our staff is hidden somewhere in the mural, as well as our mascot – Tredz. See if you can find him or any of our other team members above. (Hint: Ben has a broney tail, which he had since retired and Christopher is forever guzzling Mt Dew!)
If you see anything that strikes you as interesting, click on the image and you will be taken to the corresponding section of the website. If you have any further questions or want to speak with one of our talented staff members, Contact Us today!