Pleix is a virtual community of digital artists based in Paris. Some of us are 3D artists, some others are musicians or graphic designers. This website is the perfect place to share our latest creations.

A lot of their work has been in circulation around the internet lately. One I haven’t seen yet is Sometimes, which literally made be say “whoa” out loud just now. I also like Netlag (a visual representation of activity on Earth depicted by aggregated webcams), e-baby (a take on either offspring simulation or remote parenting, I’m not sure), and the Cish Cash video for Basement Jaxx (“You want it? You take it. You take it? You got it.”).


Dienststelle is a label for the video/art works of Karl Kliem. I especially like the music videos done in partnership with Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto: “Berlin” and “Trioon I”. “The Lightening” with Photek and “FBAS Furniture” are also cool.

What Barry Says

This site (really) isn’t going to become a soapbox of any kind, but it’s hard to turn away from something that tickles your frontal and parietal lobes simultaneously with concise logic (in response to apathy concerning the anti-war movement) and clever motion design (won best animation in last year’s Brooklyn International Film Festival). Directed and produced by Knife-Party (a.k.a. Simon Robson) with a monolgue by Barry McNamara: some interesting food for thought and eye candy for dessert…