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A Journey Re-imagined 

Inspired by the opening animation sequence in the original Journey, this modern reinterpretation depicts the accurately renamed “Sparkcatcher” in silhouette floating through an infinite cloudscape.

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Designer’s Note: This image is one that has taken years to “perfect” and is still in no way perfect. In the process, there have been several generations of this concept. This is the just one of many design permeations and hopefully I may now abandon with the least degree of regret.


At the last minute, I decided to incorporate a “hidden” image. The first person to find this detail and reveal its significance will receive an exclusive preview of an upcoming project!

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Reader Comments (3)

My guess is the lightning in the bottom of the upper right quadrant, signifying the first "Spark" that Dreamcatcher and Figment find together. Right or wrong, I love the image.

June 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commentermatt

Congratulations Matt!
Although, I think I made this way too easy for such an astute audience as E82 has.
Yes, the lighting blots are signifying the first Spark that Dreamfinder and Figment found together.
Check your inbox for your Sneak Preview!

June 22, 2011 | Registered CommenterJoshua L Harris

Thanks Joshua! I'm psyched, and surprised that I got it, but I really like both the hidden image and what it represents, nice work!

The rest of you are in for a real treat with what's coming next! Once again, incredibly painstaking detail is being taken into account in the handling of the next pavilion!

June 23, 2011 | Unregistered Commentermatt

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