Naughty Dog Will Exhibit the Fantastic Art of Uncharted, The Last of Us and More in Italy This October

on July 15, 2014 4:36 PM

In order to celebrate its 30th Anniversary, Naughty Dog will exhibit its fantastic artwork in the beautiful city of Lucca, Italy, during the Lucca Comics & Games convention.

The exhibition, which will be hosted in the historical Ducal Palace of the city, rumored to have been built based on a design by Giotto, will run from October 11th to November 2nd.

During the convention proper, running from October 20th to November 2nd, Naughty Dog Art Director Robh Ruppel will host art workshops and autograph sessions, and will talk about his work on the Uncharted series and on art for other forms of media like the Forgotten Realms and Dragonlance RPG books during the golden times of TSR and AD&D.

The exhibition will showcase storyboard, artwork and original models from Naughty Dog’s archives.

Below you can check out a couple pictures of the beautiful venue of the exhibition, courtesy of Wikipedia.

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