The Last of Us Gets Museum-Grade Art Prints – Available for Purchase

The thoroughly immersive storyline of The Last of Us carries a lot of weight to it. It is being treated as a pretty emotional tie and original museum-grade artworks don’t seem to be out of place at all. Naughty Dog has introduced 16 limited edition art prints for the game.

The news comes out along with the last episode of The Last of Us’ developer diary which has been released yesterday. The 11 minute video focuses a lot on the artwork of the game and the praiseworthy hard work that their team has gone through in making the game stand out.

That being said, the artworks in question have been created by John Sweeney, Maciej Kuciara, Aaron Limonick, Hyoung T. Nam, and Michael Knowland; all of whom are Naughty Dog artists who have worked on the game.

Most of the images are from the game’s memorable spots or places that Joel and Ellie head to during their travel. Some of them feature the two specifically as well while some simply give an artistic look to the ruins.

All of the prints are Certified Art Giclees as well as museum grade which means they are the highest quality of printed fine art works as well as bona fide.

The genuineness of each artwork will also be evidenced by a Certificate of Authenticity that will accompany each one of them and be signed by the artist. Other than that all of them will be hand numbered and signed.

According to PlayStationBlog’s announcement, each of the pieces of art have been proofed by Naughty Dog and Cook & Becker’s master printer to ensure genuine matches.

All 16 of the art prints are available for purchase at the Cook & Becker website now.

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