Winning entries for the 2013 Into the Pixel collection announced

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 4 June 2013 14:03 GMT

The AIAS along with the ESA has announced 16 pieces of gaming art which will included in the 2013 Into the Pixel collection. The 10th annual exhibition will be shown during E3 next week.

Here’s a list of works chosen to be included in the collection for 2013:

The Naval Duel Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag – Ubisoft
Broken Age – Double Fine
Junkyard – Command and Conquer – EA
Back From the Wild – Destiny – Bungie Activision
The Buried City – Destiny -Bungie Activision
The Chant – Dragon Age – BioWare EA
Dark Ages- FETCH -Big Fish
Schemes Collage – Icycle: On Thin Ice Reece – Chillingo
Freljord – League of Legends -Riot Games
Castle Siege – Rayman Legends- Ubisoft
Last Stand – StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm – Blizzard Entertainment
Super Summer – Vacation Force – Microsoft Studios
Remembering – The Last of Us -Naughty Dog
Cloudbank Transistor -Supergiant Games
Crossroads – Unannounced -ArenaNet – Ncsoft
Three Blind Mice – Wonderbook: Digg’s Nightcrawler – SCEE London

Jurors this year for the exhibit are: Bob Rafei – Big Red Button Entertainment, Glenn Phillips – Getty Research Institute, Jon M. Gibson – iam8bit, Matt Hall – Timbuk2 Studios, Nora Dolan – independent curator, Patricia Lanza -The Annenberg Space for Photography, and Seth Spaulding – Blizzard Entertainment, Art Manager.

For a look at the art included, head over to the official website.

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