List of selected websites:
Playful website for a norwegian music festival (programming, interaction design in collaboration with Benjamin Hickethier)www.perkapella.no
Lernert & Sander
Website for dutch artists Lernert & Sanderwww.lernertandsander.com
Website for medical firm Quractiv (programming, animations & interaction advice. Design by KittoKatsu)www.quractiv.com
Website for designer/photographer Ulrike Brückner.www.musterfirma.org
Website for a new agency based in Düsseldorf (programming & animations, design by them)www.kittokatsu.de
Webshop for my friend and talented DJ spAceLex and his new label “Mond Musik”www.mond-musik.de
Website for young design studio Yukiko (programming & interaction advice, design by Yukiko)www.y-u-k-i-k-o.com
This site is a new interface for his existing Flickr
with almost 2000 photos.www.markalor.com
Plans + Politics
Programming & interaction advice, design by NODE.www.plansandpolitics.com
Programming & interaction advice, design by Blotto.schuetzhaus-weissenfels.de
Programming & interaction advice, design by Aerogram Studio.www.medesso.info
Prijs de Prijs
The link goes to the archived website because it was just online during the festival.www.prijsdeprijs.nl
Programming & interaction advice, design by NODE.www.nodeberlin.com
Programming & interaction advice, design by NODE.www.ultima.no
State of Change
Website and workshop for students of fine arts in Trondheim/Norway, together with Anders Hoofgard (NODE).http://kitmaster.kein.org
Design by Simon Wald-Lasowski in collaboration with me.www.simonwaldlasowski.com
Two of my animations for Mexican artist Carlos Amorales can be watched here:
My DJ-mixes can be listened to on Soundcloud.
R.I.P—We gave our last concert 2005 in Berlin. Download the classics in the mp3 section of www.thomrevolver.com
A record label/art project together with Carlos Amorales & Julian Lede in Mexico city (2004-2008).
The old website is here for archival purpose: www.nuevosricos.com
My very first website back in 2001.
It was the result of an assignment about codes and numbers at art school: A very abstract web community, where you could place a counter on a canvas that would keep on counting and connecting to other prime numbers (hence the name). On special similarities of the numbers, the two (or more) people involved would receive an automatic e-mail, containing the real name and e-mail address of the counterpart.
I keep it in the archives for nostalgic reasons, and yes: you need the so much outdated Shockwave plugin (back then the coolest thing on earth): The Primeclub