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Assassin's Creed IV and Destiny lead 2013 Into the Pixel collection

Sixteen piece art exhibition being presented at E3 2013

The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences (AIAS) and the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) have announced the 16 pieces being presented at the 2013 Into the Pixel collection. The collection will be shown at this year's E3 event in Los Angeles, from June 11-13, 2013.

"The ITP collection is a reflection of the artistry, creativity and vision of this unique industry," said ESA president Michael D. Gallagher. "We are proud to support ITP and to celebrate the creators behind these works."

"Our industry continues to expand with the emergence of compelling content from independent, mobile and free-to-play developers, and the 2013 collection really reflects the incredibly diverse landscape of the interactive community as a whole," said AIAS president Martin Rae. "These pieces run the stylistic gamut, showcasing the varied inspirations of their truly talented creators. Many congratulations to this year's artists and to the tenth anniversary of Into the Pixel!"

"This year's Into the Pixel collection features artists who are working across a remarkable range of genres, drawing inspiration not only from the history of art, but from the history of video games," said Glenn Phillips, principal project specialist and consulting curator, Getty Research Institute. "These works smartly capture the mood, the story, the style, and the energy of the games for which they were created."

The full list of works is below:

Title Game Artists Developer Publisher
The Naval Duel Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Martin Deschambault Ubisoft Ubisoft
Broken Age Broken Age Nathan "Bagel" Stapley Double Fine Productions Double Fine Productions
Junkyard Command and Conquer Raymond Swanland Victory Games EA
Back From the Wild Destiny Jaime Jones Bungie Activision
The Buried City Destiny Dorje Bellbrook Bungie Activision
The Chant Dragon Age Nick Thornborrow, Matt Rhodes Bioware EA
Dark Ages Fetch Brian Thompson Big Fish Studios Big Fish
Schemes Collage Icycle: On Thin Ice Reece Millidge Damp Gnat Chillingo
Freljord League of Legends James Paick Riot Games Riot Games
Castle Siege Rayman Legends Michel Ancel, Jean Christophe Alessandri, Lu Yang, Christophe Messier, Jean Brice Bugait, Simon Quemener, Sebastien du Jeu, Christophe Villez, Anthony Le Du, Jean-Baptiste Rollin, Benjamin Mouret, David Garcia Ubisoft Montpellier Ubisoft
Last Stand StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm Jeff Chamberlain, Anthony Eftekhari, Ray Chih, Yong Hyun Kim, Kirti Pillai, Laurent Pierlot, Takuya Suzuki, Fausto DeMartini, Vitaly Bulgarov, Chris Yang, Mike Kelleher, Sada Namaki, Shawn Liang, Jim Jiang, Seth Thompson, Bill LaBarge, Hsuan (Steven) Chen Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment
Super Summer Vacation Force Super Time Force Mike Nguyen, Vic Nguyen Capy Microsoft Studios
Remembering The Last of Us John Sweeney Naughty Dog Sony Computer Entertainment America
Cloudbank Transistor Jen Zee Supergiant Games Supergiant Games
Crossroads *Unannounced Daniel Dociu Arenanet NCSoft
Three Blind Mice Wonderbook: Digg's Nightcrawler Tyler Schatz, Christina Faulkner SCEE London Studio Sony Computer Entertainment Europe
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