Screenshots, concept art, fan art and other images that show off the amazing visual creativity and breadth of video games and the people who make and play them.
Look at that orange hole in the wall!
OK, phew, E3 is pretty much done! Let’s get back to some art, and we return with a feature on Allison Carl, a freelance illustrator and designer.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is exhibiting a special Gundam Zaku model. It is lovely.
It even includes the box.
Artists find inspiration in many places, including Call of Duty’s remastered Zombie maps.
Nice garage you've got there Fallout 4: Ioan Dumitrescu is an artist based in Bucharest.
Sometimes helps to remember just how much preparation and thought goes into something you see whizz past you in a trailer.
Brian Huang spent five years as a cinematic concept artist at Blizzard, but has since left to make his own games, the first of which is called Guardian Kingdoms.
The Art of Overwatch is more than 300 pages of the illustrations and concept art. We’ve got four of those pages, and they’re quite nice.
As is tradition around the time of E3, the ESA and the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) have announced a selection of pieces for the Into the Pixel exhibition.
Despite the heavy modifications, the whole Dualshock 4 still works as advertised, even the touchpad.
Inside you’ll find a tonne of examples of the artwork that went into creating the game's unique look.
For anyone upset that there aren't may physical games they can show off to their friends.
What happens in New Vegas stays in New Vegas: Mike Bierek is an artist based in California who has worked on games like InFamous 2, Darksiders and Fallout: New Vegas.
The real-world inspirations behind Uncharted, Dark Souls and The Witcher 3
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