Written by Nate Lakritz on April 24th, 2019.
Professional-grade art prints from classic Blizzard franchises will be making their way to the Cook and Becker online shop over the coming months. The World of Warcraft collection is already available and offers eight prints ranging from $100 to $1000, depending on the chosen size and frame. Each print includes a certificate of authenticity and limited edition hand-numbering. You also have the option to print on aluminum instead of paper, which creates a higher quality image. Both printing methods come with UV protection to protect the image from gradual damage. Shipping is around $35 and the artwork will begin to ship on May 8th.
StarCraft and Diablo sets are next up for release and should have similar prices and inventory as the Warcraft one. These prints are officially licensed by Blizzard and feature some of the most iconic characters from the games such as The Lich King and Deathwing the Destroyer. The art itself was originally created by Blizzard artists, often for promotional material. Cook and Becker has worked closely with the company on this project to ensure the level of detail and quality has been transferred to these reproductions. Keep an eye out for the upcoming prints on Cook and Becker’s Blizzard art gallery.
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