The amount of work and artistry that went into the concept art behind The Last of Us is remarkable. We wanted to celebrate the hard work our concept art team puts into their pieces, and our last episode in The Last of Us Development Series does just that. If you haven’t beaten the campaign yet, hold off on watching the video, as it has some spoilers. Enjoy.
If you didn’t watch the first five videos in the series, be sure to check those out over on the Naughty Dog YouTube channel. With the reveal of this final video in the series, we’re pleased to announce that select art print pieces from our ultra-talented corps of artists can now be purchased via Cook and Becker’s website.
The art prints are museum-grade, Certified Art Giclees, and are meant to showcase the visual design of The Last of Us in the best possible quality. All prints have been extensively proofed by both the artists at Naughty Dog and Cook & Becker’s master printer to get as close to the digital source as possible. The prints are hand-numbered and signed, and come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. The collection features the work of Naughty Dog artists John Sweeney, Maciej Kuciara, Aaron Limonick, Hyoung T. Nam, and Michael Knowland. All artworks are available today via Cook & Becker’s online gallery.
The definitive look at all topics covered in the Development series is available in Grounded: The Making of The Last of Us, our ninety minute documentary about the development of the game. You can get Grounded by purchasing the season pass. The Last of Us is available now in stores and digitally worldwide.