The London Games Festival Art Exhibition, an exhibit focusing on game culture and creativity in the video game industry, is holding on online auction for the sale of its artwork, the exhibit organizers announced on its official website.
The exhibit, sponsored by the Association for UK Interactive Entertainment, was featured in London's City Hall Oct. 22 through 26, and included artwork from popular video games such as Batman: Arkham City, Tomb Raider and Metal Gear Solid. Pieces were donated from various companies including Rocksteady Studios, Lionhead and Konami, with some companies commissioning exclusive work for the exhibit like Dishonored publisher Bethesda.
All proceeds from the auction will be donated to SpecialEffect, a UK-based charity that focuses on bringing a better quality of life to people with disabilities through assistive technology and by providing ways for them to enjoy leisure activities, including video games.
Those interested can bid on the artwork individually at the London Games Festival website.
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