AnyPixel.js is a web-friendly, open-source software and hardware library that makes it possible for developers to create big, unusual, interative displays. The library was created along side an effort to display a new permanant welcome sign in the lobby of Google’s New York headquarters. The first iteration of this is a fully interactive wall that is 10 feet tall by 30 feet long and displays 5880 arcade buttons running on Google Chrome. The wall cycles through custom apps throughout the day built by Googlers across the company.

Role: Art direction, visual design, branding
Credits: Richard The, Isaac Blankensmith, Jeremy Abel, Ryan Burke, Asa Block, Kyle Phillips, Deep Local
Release Date: June 2016
Press: SEGD, Communication Arts, Core 77, Fast Company, Webby Awards, FWA

This is the portfolio of Glenn Cochon, with selected works from 2011 to 2021