Fine Art: The Beautiful Russian Art Of Grafit

Russian concept art studio Grafit may not be an outfit you’ve heard of — and you may not have heard of many of the game’s they’ve worked on either — but that doesn’t make their work any less beautiful.

While some of the art in this gallery is for games most of you have probably never played, like Russian browser title God Send, Grafit have also worked for companies like EA, Microsoft, Paradox and Zynga, as well as on games like Magicka and the Il-2 series.

The studio is currently focused on providing the static art for online games, like the above-mentioned God Send, but the images below showcases some of their promotional and concept art for other titles as well.

You can check out more of Grafit’s work at their official site.

Fine Art is a celebration of the work of video game artists.

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