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Santiago Herrera

Welcome to my corner of the internet

Interesting sites:

👩🏻‍🎨 Visual artists:

Booooooom: One of the largest art platforms of the Internet. Amazing place to discover new artists.

Elizaveta Porodina: Outstanding visual artist.

Gary Card: Very cool set designer.

George Manta: Visual designer, mostly band posters.

Hallogallo: Chicago-based Zine dedicated to DIY and experimental music/design.
They have great interviews with Mac DeMarco and Alan Jenkins.

Laura Woolf: An excellent still life stylist.

Max Löffler: Amazing illustrator and graphic designer.

Ryan Jenq: Great photographer.

🌐 Various:

ASCIICKER: A 3D game rendered in 2D made only with text. Use Q and E to rotate the camera.

ExternalTube: An early, read-only, YouTube archive/preservation project [made by my friend IdioticSniper] with a lot of lost, normal and rare videos scraped from the old YouTube CDNs. You can check the source code on GitHub.

LucasArts Posters - The Revenge: Spectacular super-detailed restorations of LucasArts box artworks. You can download the restorations on this Google Drive.

Piero Scaruffi's knowledge base: Greatest site of the Internet.

Privacy Tools: Provides knowledge, encryption, and software recommendations to protect you against global mass surveillance.

Spyware Watchdog: The goal of this website is to classify spyware programs, so that users can be more aware that they are installing spyware.

The McKenzie Tapes: A collection of live audio recordings from some of the New York City-area’s most prominent music venues of the 1980s and 1990s.

THX | Deep Note: It is the deeply resonant chord that plays at the start of any THX Certified performance.

Which Book?: Search for books by mood, emotion, character, and plot rather than title or author.

World's Largest Photo of New York City: High-resolution panorama shot of New York that has to be seen to be believed.

Webamp: Winamp 2 in your browser.

YouTube channels:

🎦 Art analysis:

  • Archipel: Documentaries about Japanese artists and creators. Through a variety of videos ranging from portraits, interviews to longer-form documentaries, this channel aims at providing peeks in the universe of mangaka, illustrators, game creators, musicians (and more), in addition to insights on various aspects of Japanese culture.
  • The Cinema Cartography: “Through our own diverse and accessible online content, we aspire to promote critical thinking and improve people's relationship with Art and the world around them.”
  • Thomas Flight: “Exploring the artistry behind the visual media landscape that surround us.”

🎭 Entertainment:

📝 Essays:

🎵 Music:

📙 Tutorials:

🎮 Videogames:

  • Ahoy: Insightful gaming videos.
  • DidYouKnowGaming:
  • FunWithGuru: Videos aimed at showing you what's hidden in the cracks and crevices of your favorite video games and movies.
  • LGR: Coverage of retro tech, PC gaming, and more! Typically three vids a month. 3 weeks on, 1 week off. Classic computers, Oddware, games, thrifting, Tech Tales, etc.
  • Noclip Game History Archive: An archive of video game history digitized from physical media by Noclip. Check out on
  • oddheader: A channel dedicated to investigating the latest and strangest mysteries and discoveries in video games, as well as delving into other random obscurities since 2018.


r/opendirectories: Unprotected directories of pictures, videos, music, software and otherwise interesting files. A few examples of the content that you would find here: 25GB+ of high-quality sound effects; a collection of Jodorowsky/Moebius graphic novels; a collection of ~11K fonts; and over 100 High-Resolution movie posters.

r/DataHoarder: A sub that aims at bringing data hoarders together to share their passion with like-minded people. A few examples of the content that you would find here: Anna’s Archive: a search engine of shadow libraries; an app that scans every social media network for your username; and every issue of Nintendo Power, #001 through #285.

Want more?

If you are looking for more sites, I'll strongly suggest you to check out r/InternetIsBeautiful; they have lots of cool sites!