Demiurge Studios

17th Jan 2012 / Kurt Reiner 1

Apparently, victory tastes like a fresh cup of coffee in a stylish new mustache mug.  That’s the trophy that’s been awarded to this year’s winner of Demiurge’s annual Christmastache Competition. .. Jimmy!

It was a close race between Nick and Jimmy for a while.  The public seemed to be almost evenly split between Nick’s strikingly classic ‘stache and Jimmy’s daring facial hair artwork.  Nick received an impressive 15 votes.  Anthony and Miles received one and two votes, respectively, which...

6th Jan 2012 / Kurt Reiner 6

For all of you who have been anxiously awaiting our annual Christmustache Competition, your long sleepless nights are finally over.  The mustaches are here!

Due to an excess of vacationers this holiday season, our competition consists of four (count them FOUR!) expert facial hair growers, whose magnificent portraits can be seen in the gallery above.  The stakes are high.  Who will win?  Will it be Anthony and his shocking goatee, Miles and his traditional handlebar, Nick and his creepy...

3rd Jan 2012 / Kurt Reiner 3

Former Demiurger, Jason Lentz has quite the side business: selling Giant Cardboard Robot Arms! We got ourselves a pair, and filmed the construction as well as the aftermath. I must say, you feel pretty damn powerful when you put them on. They're perfect for costume parties, regular parties, world domination, and scaring babies.

16th Dec 2011 / Kurt Reiner 1

The annual Demiurge holiday party was back in full force! We had the traditional BBQ lunch, followed by the always outrageous yankee swap. All while we wore our most festive sweaters.

Some of the most prized (and protected) gifts were the food items: beer, candy, and chocolate croissants. Strangely enough, it was not the food items, but the figurines that spawned the quote of the day, "Don't put it in your mouth! Someone might wanna steal that!"

Some notable yankee swap gifts:

  • Billy...
10th Nov 2011 / Kurt Reiner 187

In an earlier episode of the Demiurge Studios Blog, we explained the redesign of our logo that happened at the beginning of this year.  We love how it turned out!  It’s bright, energetic and understated, which really speaks to what Demiurge is all about.  The final step in our logo redesign rollout was putting two signs up in the lobby!

The original Demiurge Studios sign was handmade of wood by Andrew Webber, a friend of Al, Tom and Chris from way back in the days of Carnegie Mellon.  It...