(Un)publisher and game developer Raw Fury ends their Art of Fury exhibition on 24 September with an online auction, the proceeds to be split between artists and charity.
Beginning with an opening ceremony on 30 June, Art of Fury, an inaugural game art gallery pop-up showcase featuring original pieces of art inspired by Raw Fury’s games, has been held simultaneously in Stockholm, Sweden and Zagreb, Croatia.
On Friday, 24 September the first iteration Art of Fury comes to a close with an online auction, where the proceeds will split between artists and charity.
“We are very proud of what we did through Art of Fury and we will be continuing and iterating on the idea in coming years,” says Raw Fury chief potato hoarder Jónas Antonsson. “We are proud of all the artists that participated and created some amazing works of art, tied to our games. We are proud of our developers and our team and that collectively we can highlight the importance of games as an artistic medium.”
Learn more about the Art of Fury and Raw Fury at artoffury.com.