Gamers, put on your smoking jackets and prepare to stare longingly at frame works of art — Paris art gallery Arludik will have a month long Assassin’s Creed art exhibit this October.
Called “Assassin’s Creed: The Explosion,” the exhibit will feature 35 works never-before-seen by the public, including art from the original Assassin’s Creed and its sequel, along with the upcoming Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood.
The pieces have been appraised by a fine art expert, and will be on sale for prices ranging from 600 to 2,000 euros. If you’re not looking to drop that kind of coin, note that two of the pieces have been chosen to be printed as limited edition lithographs. 149 of each — stamped with a Ubisoft Studios seal — have been made, and will be on sale for 80 euros. Proceeds will go to videogame history and culture preservation organization, MO5.
The exhibit will be on display from October 5 through October 30.