With holiday shopping fast upon us, Comics Grinder is ready to start making some holiday gift suggestions. Let’s start with this beautiful book, “Game Art,” published by No Starch Press, a collection of interviews with 40 top video game designers including page after page of eye-popping video game art. And, yes, this is art. You’ll find a wide variety of gorgeous work that would be suitable for framing. This is easily the perfect gift for virtually anyone. Here are some samples:
“Game Art” presents awesome game art that will inspire gamers and aspiring designers alike. Featuring major studios like Square Enix, Bioware, and Ubisoft as well as independents like Tale of Tales and E-Line Media, “Game Art” explores and celebrates the creative process that turns a video game into art. For more details, visit our friends at No Starch Press. You can also find “Game Art” over at Amazon right here.
4 responses to “Review: ‘Game Art: Art from 40 Video Games and Interviews with Their Creators’ by Matt Sainsbury”
Wow! These are beautiful and yes, I think they would work well framed. But please don’t mention ‘holiday shopping’ . Shops here in UK already set up for Christmas! I prefer to remain in denial until mid November. 🙂
The new trend these last few years is to include Halloween into the mix and call the next three months one long holiday extravaganza!
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Now you’ve done, I need to know about this Crimson Butterfly–and then I will be all scared too.