These New The Last of Us Fine Art Prints are Spectacular

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I always love when video games and fine art collide, as it gives players a chance to appreciate the worlds developers create in a more sophisticated presentation. Art books are one thing, but curated works of art meant to be framed and displayed on a wall take things to a whole new level of art appreciation.

That’s just what the fine art sellers and exhibitors at Cook & Becker have done with The Last of Us. Naughty Dog’s video game masterpiece is the subject of a new museum-quality collection of Certified Art Giclees. The collection consists of 16 limited-edition prints, available unframed or framed in Diasec/Acrylic glass. Each print also comes numbered and signed by the Naughty Dog concept artist behind its creation.

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If you want to decorate your home with images of Joel and Ellie, Bloaters or one of many environmental shots, it’s going to cost a pretty penny. Unframed prints start as low as $130 but quickly soar upwards of $200 or more. Having those prints framed jacks the price up to $500 or more, as high as nearly $800 for a couple of the prints. Yikes. You may just have to dip into your PlayStation 4 savings fund to afford one, but if you’re into collecting art it should totally be worth it.

Head over to Cook and Becker’s website for more information on the complete The Last of Us art print collection. But not before checking out our gallery with preview pics for each print.

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The Last of Us Art Prints Out Now, Development Series Episode 6 Debuted [PlayStation.Blog]

Official The Last of Us art print collection now available [Cook & Becker]

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