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The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) and the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) today announced the winning entries in this year’s Into the Pixel exhibit.
Now in its tenth year, Into the Pixel is a chance for video game artists to have their work reviewed by their peers in both the traditional and digital art worlds. ESA president and CEO Michael Gallagher calls it “a reflection of the artistry, creativity, and vision of [the gaming] industry.”
“This year’s Into the Pixel collection features artists who are working across a remarkable range of genres, drawing inspiration not only from the history of art, but from the history of video games,” adds Glenn Phillips, principal project specialist and consulting curator, Getty Research Institute. “These works smartly capture the mood, the story, the style, and the energy of the games for which they were created.”
The 2013 Into the Pixel art collection will be shown next week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles. In the meantime, you can check out the winners in the gallery below. Which is your favorite? Let us know!
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