Cook & Becker has placed five works of art in the collection of new videogame museum VIGAMUS in Rome. The pieces are concept artworks for the game Killzone Stahl Arms and Jungle 1 and the level designs Suljeva Village, Jungle Village and The Fence.
VIGAMUS opens to the public on the 19th of October. The museum will also serve as a learning and conference center for the Italian games industry.
VIGAMUS is part of the European Federation of Game Archives, Museums and Preservation projects (EFGAMP) and is an initiative of the Movement for Video Game Culture (AIOMI).
Killzone Concept Art in Museum Rome
News article by M.J. Brands
18 Oct 2012 18:20
Updated: 12 Mar 2013 00:04