The faces of gaming

On: November 15, 2007
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About Maarten van Sprang
Maarten has a Bachelor degree in Communication and Multimedia Design and is working for Humanique as an interaction designer. Right now he is also finishing his thesis on the New Media Master at the University of Amsterdam. He's is very interested in new media (obviously), gaming and music.

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Besides playing games, one of the greatest pleasures would be watching other people’s expressions while playing games. When people are playing games they totally forget to how look normal and start showing their real emotions. What is more fun than watching people who forget that they are being watched? That’s also what Philip Toledano was thinking when he made this series of photos:

Game faces by Philip Toledano

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Yesterday I watched some of my friends play against each other on the Nintendo Wii, which is even more fun considering the gamefaces come with frantic arm gestures and physical exhaustion afterwards.

Honestly if you do not like gaming, try second-hand gaming!

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