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Pixelsurgeon was an online design and culture magazine featuring news, reviews and interviews. It's a digest of the creative, strange and interesting from the internet with a growing readership and popular following.
Created in 2001 by Jason Arber and Richard May as a response to design news portals that were perceived to be devoid of personality, Pixelsurgeon became an instant success thanks to its emphasis on delivering original content, speaking its mind and not being afraid to appear 'uncool'.
In 2003, Pixelsurgeon relaunched with a clean new look and expanded its list of contributors, in particular Andy Barefoot who built much of Pixelsurgeon's new PHP and MySQL-based backend, and Sam Gilbey who quickly rose through the ranks to become senior editor.
On 19 November 2007, Arber announced that Pixelsurgeon would be closing down.