Here Are All the Gestures That Beat Every Level of Angry Birds

Does anyone actually play Angry Birds anymore? Whatever. Artist Evan Roth actually had a novel idea with Angry Birds that doesn't include plush pillows and crappy TV shows. He painted all the gestures required to beat 300 levels of Angry Birds. It's beautiful smudging.

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Roth says:

"[Angry Birds All Levels] comments on the rise of casual gaming, identity and our relationship with mobile devices. Consisting of 300 sheets of tracing paper and black ink, it's a visualization of every finger swipe needed to complete the popular mobile game of the same name. The gestures exist on a sheet of paper that's the same size as the iPhone on which it was originally created.

It's a lot of work to play Angry Birds that much! Check out his project here. [Evan Roth via TechCrunch]

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DISCUSSION

This is inane and is exactly the kind of project that makes me want to tell these artists to "go get a real job." Seriously, I like art and I appreciate hard effort, but this is just a silly waste of time.