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Elizabeth - Bioshock Infinite 2013
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Elizabeth - Bioshock Infinite 2013
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Irrational Games

Elizabeth - Bioshock Infinite 2013
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About the artwork

Elizabeth - Bioshock Infinite, artwork by Irrational Games

Elizabeth is part of the official BioShock Infinite art collection. This limited-edition original digital art print is made from a special high-resolution in-game render. The giclee is signed by BioShock’s creator and one of the founders of Irrational Games, Ken Levine.

“A literary endeavor for the multimedia age” said The New York Times in a recent article about the critically acclaimed BioShock Infinite. Much like the original BioShock, Infinite is that rare thing in the modern games industry: a mainstream work of art crafted by a huge team of very talented people but still carrying the clear signature of an auteur. In this case that of creative director Ken Levine.

Levine’s broad interests in things like American history, pop culture and recent events like the ‘Occupy’ movement have shaped BioShock Infinite. Unusual for a Triple A blockbuster production the game intelligently explores themes like historic revisionism, racism, politics and religion elegantly wrapped in a form that gives strength to meaning: a violent shooter adventure.

BioShock Infinite is set in a fantastical lying city called Columbia in an alternate 1912. Like Rapture from the original BioShock this steampunk-meets-Beaux-Arts styled place feels like a real place for real people. That is also what formed the basis of this art collection. The game stars with a classic set-up. In order to pay back a debt the player character is tasked with picking up a girl from Columbia. When the player arrives the city is still functional. It isn't a wasteland reminder of a golden society. Where most games place you into the ruins of a society, Columbia begins BioShock Infinite in the midst of its Gilded Age with people running shops, working and socializing.

The sweet colors with which Columbia is painted and the seemingly idyllic setting contrasts sharply with the dark side of Columbia and its inhabitants and that of Columbia’s founder, Father Comstock. This is gradually revealed while playing. That context and the aforementioned themes are presented and revealed to you as player not through extensive exposition but through clever visual design and audio so abundant in the design of BioShock Infinite is one of the game’s triumphs. As with any good work of art or literature BioShock Infinite packs fascinating themes in a masterfully crafted form.

More about the artist

Irrational Games

Irrational Games Irrational Games is an award winning video game developer located in Quincy, MA and founded in 1997 by Ken Levine, Jonathan Chey, and Robert Fermier.

Other work by Irrational Games

Battleship Bay - Bioshock Infinite
 
Boardwalk Photographer - Bioshock Infinite
 
Motorized Patriot - Bioshock Infinite

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Irrational Games

Elizabeth - Bioshock Infinite

2013
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  • Type: Digital art - Fine Art Print (Certified Art Giclee™)
    Numbering: Numbered
    Signature: Signed (via label)
    Certificate: Certificate of Authenticity
    Edition of: 50
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    Edition of: 5 (+1 AP)
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    All unframed prints are shipped with a white 2.5"/5cm border on all sides used for numbering and signing and to allow for custom framing.

    Real-life measurements can deviate slightly from those listed on the site because we round-off to whole numbers online.

    Unframed prints are carefully packed and shipped in a tube with a diameter of at least 4.7"/12cm.
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    This is precision work and afterwards the epoxy needs to harden for several days. The end result is a beautuful, clear and high-gloss protective layer with rounded edges and corners.

    Liquid Gloss has the same contrast enhancing qualities as Diasec with acrylic glass but saturates the colors slightly, making for a very vibrant piece or artwork.

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    Diasec® is a transparent gel and patented process used for facemounting prints against acrylic glass.

    Because of the different light penetration and refraction of our acrylic glass compared to normal glass, the colors of a print behind acrylic glass will show to be more brilliant and the image sharper when compared to standard glass. The Diasec®/Acrylic glass process also makes the print resistant to ultraviolet (UV) light and is therefore the standard for museum-grade usage.

    Cook & Becker uses Dibond as a carrier for Diasec®/Acrylic glass prints and photo's. The result is a completely flat mount that comes ready to hang.
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    Unframed prints

    The measurements listed next to the artwork are those of the printed surface and not the size of the paper.

    All unframed prints are shipped with a white 2.5"/5cm border on all sides used for numbering and signing and to allow for custom framing.

    Real-life measurements can deviate slightly from those listed on the site because we round-off to whole numbers online.

    Unframed prints are carefully packed and shipped in a tube with a diameter of at least 4.7"/12cm.
  • Finish:

    What is Liquid Gloss?

    Liquid Gloss is an epoxy resin that gets poured on top of the print after it's mounted on Dibond and has been cleared of dust.

    This is precision work and afterwards the epoxy needs to harden for several days. The end result is a beautuful, clear and high-gloss protective layer with rounded edges and corners.

    Liquid Gloss has the same contrast enhancing qualities as Diasec with acrylic glass but saturates the colors slightly, making for a very vibrant piece or artwork.

    Watch movie
  • Finish:

    About Diasec® and Acrylic glass

    Diasec® is a transparent gel and patented process used for facemounting prints against acrylic glass.

    Because of the different light penetration and refraction of our acrylic glass compared to normal glass, the colors of a print behind acrylic glass will show to be more brilliant and the image sharper when compared to standard glass. The Diasec®/Acrylic glass process also makes the print resistant to ultraviolet (UV) light and is therefore the standard for museum-grade usage.

    Cook & Becker uses Dibond as a carrier for Diasec®/Acrylic glass prints and photo's. The result is a completely flat mount that comes ready to hang.
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Elizabeth - Bioshock Infinite
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  • Limited edition of 50
  • Certificate of Authenticity
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  • Provider: Cook & Becker B.V.
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