September 28, 2010
Assassin’s Creed artwork to be exhibited and sold in Paris art gallery
Assassin’s Creed has got be one of those games with the most gorgeous settings ever. Then again you can’t go wrong with a setting like 15th Century Venice and all the other locations the character makes his way through now can you. So it’s no wonder a Paris art gallery, Arludik, is having a month long exhibition showcasing art from Ubisoft Entertainment’s smash hit Assassin’s Creed. Art work from the first two editions of the game as well as the upcoming Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood will be on display throughout October. They will also be on sale with prices that have been estimated from 600 to 2,000 Euros. Two of the pieces have been chosen to be printed as limited edition lithographs. 149 of each will be selling with a Ubisoft Studios seal for about 80 Euros. Proceeds will go to videogame history and culture preservation organization, MO5. If you’re interested in making the trip to beautiful Pareee, the exhibition kicks off on October 5 and ends October 30.