20 Pieces of Artwork from the Dead Space Exhibit in Paris

From the Louvre to Montmartre, artistic culture has always thrived in Paris. Now I’m not well versed in Parisian gamer culture, but I think it’s a good sign when Paris holds an art exhibition spotlighting a video game. EA and Geek-Art put on the Dead Space Art Show at Dernier Bar Avant la Fin du Monde in Paris, France to promote Dead Space 3. The exhibit runs from February 7th to March 7th, so if you happen to be in the area, you should definitely check it out!

If you’re interested in buying prints you can get them on Geek-Art’s online store.

By Nicky Barkla

By Nicky Barkla

 

By Mike Puncekar

By Mike Puncekar

 

By Kilger Manuel

By Kilger Manuel

 

By Ben Guy

By Ben Guy

 

By Anna Tluczykont

By Anna Tluczykont

 

By Hannes Beer

By Hannes Beer

 

By Josh LN

By Josh LN

 

By Anne Viouly

By Anne Viouly

 

By Youssef Ibraheem

By Youssef Ibraheem

 

By Rajoelina Andry

By Rajoelina Andry

 

By Nicolas Obery

By Nicolas Obery

 

By Lerms

By Lerms

 

By Barrett Biggers

By Barrett Biggers

 

By Roberts Ball

By Roberts Ball

 

Dead Space By Matt Ferguson

By Matt Ferguson

 

By Justin Van Genderen

By Justin Van Genderen

 

By Van Genderen

By Van Genderen

 

By Fran Asensio

By Fran Asensio

 

By Arian Noveir

By Arian Noveir

 

By Greg Guillemin

By Greg Guillemin

Video Game Minimalism: Less is More

Less is more in this case.  My super amazing brother showed me some of these minimalist video game posters a while ago (pre-blog).  And since sharing is caring I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. I think they are very cute and clever!  If I still lived in a dorm I’d have some of these posters all over the walls… well at least my side of the room.  You can buy some video game minimalist shirts here and buy some  posters on here and through the artists links.

Hardcore gamers will be able to recognize all of these posters.  BUT I provided the cheat code just in case.

The posters are made from: Justin Russo, Infinite Continues, Chris and Ashley Browning.

Fanboys don’t worry the next post I will do is on superhero minimalist posters.