The 2013 Into the Pixel art exhibition will include sixteen pieces featuring artwork from Double Fine's Broken Age, Bunge's Destiny, Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag and more, the Entertainment Software Association and Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences announced today.
The artwork will be on display at E3 2013 in Los Angeles next week, June 11 through 13 at the Los Angles Convention Center. The goal of the annual exhibition, now in its tenth year, is to promote discussion of the art of video games.
This year's pieces include: pieces from Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Broken Age, Victory Games' Command and Conquer, two pieces from Bungie's Destiny, Dragon Age, Big Fish Studios' Fetch, Chillingo title Icycle: On Thin Ice, League of Legends, Rayman Legends, StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm, Super Time Force, The Last of Us, Supergiant Games' Transistor, Wonderbook: Digg's Nightcrawler and an announced title from ArenaNet and NCSoft.
"The ITP collection is a reflection of the artistry, creativity and vision of this unique industry," said ESA president and CEO Michael D. Gallagher. "We are proud to support ITP and to celebrate the creators behind these works."
"Our industry continues to expand with the emergence of compelling content from independent, mobile and free-to-play developers, and the 2013 collection really reflects the incredibly diverse landscape of the interactive community as a whole," added Martin Rae, president of AIAS. "These pieces run the stylistic gamut, showcasing the varied inspirations of their truly talented creators. Many congratulations to this year's artists and to the tenth anniversary of Into the Pixel."
Get a first look at the artwork for Into the Pixel 2013 on the exhibition's official website.
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