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Mixed Demoscene Stuff

Here is a mixed bag of demoscene objects, provided by Ile/Aardbei and iks/Titan. There is some unusual and remarkable stuff among these, such as a whole pile of Scene Event 2001 organiser badges, or the actual disk of a PC musicdisk. Enjoy!

Bronx BBS sticker, 2005 [metadata]
Maximum Overdose 2006 sticker [metadata]
Novocaine group badge, 2001 [metadata]
Plural Bazz disk, 1999 [metadata]
Saturne 2005 invitation [metadata]
Scene Event 2001 organiser badges [metadata]
SF2K 2001 wristband [metadata]
Summer Encounter 1999 badge [metadata]
The Gathering 2001 ticket [metadata]
Titan table reservation sheet, 2000s [metadata]
Tristar business card, 2006 [metadata]
• T-shirt ad, 2006 [metadata]


Mixed Bag of Parties

Here is a mixed bag of demoparty-related scans accumulated over the past months. The materials range from 1992 to 2004 – a time span during which the demoscene evolved into what it is nowadays. Contributors for this update are Craid, Exocet, Goat, Ile, and Titus.

• Acrise & Excess Party 1996 invitation [metadata]
• Bizarre 1999 badge [metadata]
• Evoke 2000 votedisk [metadata]
• Scene Event 2002 badge [metadata]
• Scene Event 2004 badge [metadata]
• SILIConvention 1997 flyer [metadata]
• SILIConvention 1997 brochure [metadata]
• Sun’n’Fun Conference 1992 newspaper article [metadata]
• Sun’n’Fun Conference 1993 invitation [metadata]
• Symposium 1996 invitation [metadata]
• The Gathering 1996 invitation [metadata]
• The Party 2000 brochure [metadata]
• The Party 2000 prize money envelope [metadata]
• The Party 2000 writsband [metadata]
• TRSI Easter Conference 1992 invitation [metadata]
• Warf Meeting 2 (1997) invitation [metadata]
• X 1995 invitation [metadata]


Demoparty Wristbands

Who does not know the accessory of every music festival freak, worn with pride throughout the year? Festival wristbands! Since at least ten years, after ordering small quantities of industrially produced, customised wristbands became affordable, the demoscene used the same methods to control whether a visitor has paid his or her entrance fee at a demoparty. Moqui scanned his small collection of demoparty wristbands from the recent years for us. Made out of plastic or fabric (so the latter can actually be worn throughout the year), they are part of a demoparty’s corporate identity, cramming fancy design onto a tiny piece of material.

While you can quickly browse the images at the bottom of this post, here are the links to the original scans & metadata:

• Deadline 2014 [link]
• Evoke 2007 [link]
• Evoke 2008 [link]
• Evoke 2009 [link]
• Evoke 2010 [link]
• Evoke 2011 [link]
• Evoke 2012 [link]
• Evoke 2013 [link]
• Evoke 2014 [link]
• Revision 2013 [link]
• Revision 2014 [link]
• Revision 2015 [link]

As a bonus, Moqui included the Evoke & Buenzli 2008 combined ticket [link] and the Geek Camp 2009 flyer [link].