Square Enix Auctioning Off Deus Ex Prints

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Square Enix will be auctioning off some Deus Ex: Human Revolution inspired prints of the nine pieces of art that were displayed in an exhibit last week.  The exhibition is currently being held at New York’s Wooster Street Social Club and will last until August 7th.  The 20 signed and numbered prints will be sold via auction on the CharityBuzz site, with proceeds going to funding education in the arts.  Bidding closes on the auctions on August 17th, and you can find the auction page here.  

“The works are both a credit to the artists as well as to the vision behind the game,” said Square Enix America Vice President Ami Blaire. “It’s been great for us to share these bold and artistic interpretations with the public and collectors, as well as have a chance to give back to education in art and interactive entertainment.”

Jessica Weimar
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