Horror games and Parisian art displays are two great tastes that you wouldn't think would go well together, but that hasn't stopped Electronic Arts from putting on a Dead Space art exhibit to promote their latest gore-filled horror title.
The event will take place on February 7, 2013, at the Dernier Bar Avant la Fin du Monde in Paris. The painting that is being used to promote the event features a young child, painted on canvas, sporting a giant helmet identical to the one that the series' hero wears while literally tearing enemies limb from limb. Strangely enough, it all works. The painting is the work of Australian artist Benjamin Guy, who has a history of painting children wearing helmets from throughout pop culture.
The exhibit itself will feature and collect work from artists all over the world. All in the name of gruesome Sci-Fi horror, and art.
Electronic Arts Promotes Release of Dead Space 3 with Paris Art Exhibit
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