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Gugus Land   Lock this link...Send this link...
An interface of throbbing organs serves as frontend to this hybrid space. The photography on show ranges from desolate but beautiful cityscapes to disturbing images of the human form, some areas are not for the faint-hearted. Check out all instalments of the work, but consider yourself forewarned.

Maxim   Lock this link...Send this link...
The Prodigy rapper & dancer goes solo and his new site reflects the dark intensity of the man himself. The visuals here are strictly pixel, with painstakingly tiny sequences blinking throughout. There's some unusually good savers here to pull down and more freebies are hidden throughout, if you crack the codes.

Safeplaces   Lock this link...Send this link...
We'd be the first to admit that there isn't a lot of content to look at here, but the main movie alone deserves attention. The scene is riddled with hidden elements, see if you can discover the interaction required to set the bad acid trip in motion...

Shiptergizem   Lock this link...Send this link...
For the playground of a designer who's just embarked on his studies, this site impresses. Bright layouts and Flash coding demonstrate his embracing of all things web. His keenness to experiment is clear, and he's passing on his knowledge with downloadables of his own.

Extratainment   Lock this link...Send this link...
It's rare to find Flash cartoons that are well crafted, well written, and funny which is what you'll find on offer here. With new episodes of their toons being spawned daily, there's some real character development going on.

Sushi 2   Lock this link...Send this link...
A site dedicated to the Art Director's Club of Germany new talent award. The winners are all here to browse, offering an insight into the emerging talents' work. As you navigate the site the system tracks your path, shows your progress and changes the content presented to you.

Ecko Complex   Lock this link...Send this link...
Unisex clothing retailer Ecko has gone to some lengths with their recently revamped site. Side-stepping the obvious route of offering just an online catalogue, they've developed an impressive online magazine featuring visual experiments, artist profiles, and some great photography.