Into the Pixel accepting submissions for 2011 exhibit

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 18 March 2011 14:15 GMT

Into The Pixel is now accepting digital game art submissions until April 15 for the 2011 exhibit to be held at E3 in June.

Created in 2004, Into the Pixel explores and celebrated the art of videogames from around the world, and offers an opportunity for published video and computer game artists “to be reviewed and recognized by the public and by their peers in both the fine art and video game worlds.”

Submissions for exhibition are selected by a panel of jurors, and last year, over 200 submissions were entered with 20 selected for the exhibit.

Into the Pixel is sponsored by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences and ESA.

To have your work considered, click here to begin the submission process.

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