Playing the Game
Now you’re ready to face the monsters. Defeat all three monsters to face the boss, The Gibson Supercomputer!
View the Complete Rules and Gameplay here.
Finding the Gallery
Diode Gallery is located at 514 NW Couch, right across the street from Ground Kontrol in downtown Portland, Oregon. The gallery is open the night of February 5th from 6-9pm for the Dungeon Hacker show, and otherwise by special appointment only.
About the Artists:
- Dan Cohen
Dan Cohen is an Artist of the New-Renaissance. He is a classically trained painter, sculptor, muralist, writer, and philosopher. His influences include world mythologies, occult sciences, and alternative states of consciousness. His signature elements–beautifully rendered forms, archetypal symbolism, occult circuitry, meticulously crafted panels and constructs–bridge the past and the future, magic and technology. He currently lives and works in the Pacific Northwest, Los Angeles, and New York City. Visit Dan’s website.
- Ryan Johnson
Master of the digital stylus, Ryan Johnson specializes in immortalizing the world around him as it happens. He offers the gift of inspiration as he peers through the great visionary lens, and allows the future to pour through his hands. His art peeks into a forgotten past, blended with a future that might be. Never failing to capture the true essence of the moment in epic figures and dramatic tribal imagery. His humble demeanor and willingness to actively contribute have quickly made his work a symbol of the people he loves. Visit Ryan’s website.
- Andy Lunday
Andy Lunday is a Portland, OR based artist, illustrator, and designer from Helena, MT. He sees an elaborate visual connection between old hand lettered signage, gardening, office supplies, and coffee that he hasn’t quite cracked. He gets his inspiration from bike rides and long walks during which he likes to see what’s blooming and judge the landscaping of your home. Strangers are always asking him for directions which he gladly gives whether he knows the way or not. Visit Andy’s website.
- Gabe Shaughnessy
You can usually find Gabe geeking out on some art installation, interface or web application, using a toolset that ranges from paint to pixels. His passion is story-telling, and making those stories interactive, so he leverages his experience as a web developer and background in visual art to craft one-of-a-kind experiences on the web, out in the world, and in augmented reality. Visit Gabe’s website.