Own A Panoramic Piece Of Game Informer History

Kotaku, Gizmodo and one-time Game Informer illustrator Sam Spratt is taking preorders for the wonderful panoramic he created for the December cover of Game Informer magazine.

The image, which spanned three covers seamlessly stitched together, highlight the controversial list of Game Informer’s 30 Characters who Defined a Decade. The semi-gloss prints are a massive 80 inches wide and 16.5 inches tall, signed, numbered.

Spratt tells us he is selling them for $US300 and that there are only going to be 30 of them ever made.

Hit him up via email at samuelspratt@gmail.com and he will reserve a copy and notify you as soon as the shipment comes in. All transactions will occur through Paypal.

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