If you’re a fan of Italian horror movies—specifically, the gory, titillating subgenre known as giallo—and you’re anywhere near Los Angeles in the next few weeks, you won’t want to miss a group art show titled “My Blood Runs Yellow: A Tribute to Giallos.”
Stepan Alekseev is an artist working in the video game business who we last saw killing it in the Star Wars: Reimagined contest.
Per Haagensen is an artist at DICE who has also done stuff for DC, Warner Bros and Blizzard.
A group of artists over on CG+, many of them professionals working in video games, have for the past few months been submitting some incredible entries in a competition called Star Wars: Reimagined.
I run the Fine Art feature on Kotaku because it’s an aspect of the creative process that I have a big interest in, and the utmost respect for. Indeed, there was a point in my life where I hit a fairly substantial crossroads, and if I hadn’t gone down the path that led me here, I’d have ended up pursuing a career in…
Respected artist Noriyoshi Ohrai died earlier today, reports the Japanese media. You might not know his name, but you should know his work.
The reveal of big games is sometimes accompanied by the release of some of their concept art, and this E3 has proven to be no different. Inside you’ll find concept and promotional images for games like Horizon: Zero Dawn, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Dishonored 2 and Fallout 4.
The remastered editions of the two main Homeworld games are out today, introducing a whole new generation to one of the greatest series in modern video games. So there's no better time to appreciate one of the things people love most about them: artist Rob Cunningham's work designing Homeworld's iconic ships.
Nivanh Chanthara is a concept artist at Eidos Montreal, the developers of Deus Ex and Thief.
In the movie business, there are artists who design things, then there are special effects artists who blow them up, light them and get them wet. It's no different for video games.
No offence to the guys making the latest Batman games, which look great in their own muscly way, but Batman is a comic book character. Wouldn't it look cooler if the games looked more like a comic? Especially one this fantastic?
Star Wars 1313 was a big-money game in development at Lucasarts, scrapped after the publisher’s demise and seemingly never to return. We may never get to play the game, but we can look at its concept art and dream.
The answer? Well, they're both renders, actually. For real.
Regardless of what you think of the game, Disney Infinity will always be remembered for one big achievement: it's managed to take a ton of Disney movies, all with their own signature visual style, and wrangle them all into the single project, where they're looking mostly identical.
In the 10th episode of the fifth season of Doctor Who, the Doctor visited Vincent Van Gogh and destroyed an alien monster only the artist could see. In real life... well, apparently the same thing happened, because that totally looks like the TARDIS is in that recently revealed new Van Gogh painting.
Back in 1908, a Norwegian collector was told that what he thought was a Van Gogh oil landscape was actually a forgery. So he tucked it away in his attic where it languished for six decades. Now, art experts have authenticated the piece — and it is indeed a Van Gogh.
If I didn't have kids, I would have my walls covered with prints by Philippines-based artist Reynan Sanchez.
Fernando Acosta, formerly of Colombia but now residing in Canada, worked on the Star Trek video game that was released very quietly this week.
Earlier this week, we showed you Hillary White's amazingly bizarre mashups of pop culture characters with classic paintings. Now other artists are getting in on the act, taking Wolverine, Black Canary, and a host of other heroes out of their normal comic book element and putting them in pieces of fine art.Edvard…