You can now buy officially licensed BioShock Infinite fine art

Songbird print already selling out.

A range of officially licensed BioShock Infinite fine art is now available to buy.


Art dealership Cook & Becker - which also stocks Mass Effect and Mirror's Edge prints - has added a selection of original digital artwork featuring BioShock Infinite.

The collection includes views of floating city Columbia and its inhabitants. The most popular design, an image of the mechanical Songbird, sold out of its larger size in less than an hour.

Each print is individually numbered and signed by BioShock creator Ken Levine.

The artwork doesn't come cheap, though. The smallest sized prints cost Ł165, without a frame, for example Battleship Bay. A large copy of Elizabeth, framed, costs Ł940.

You can browse the full collection on Cook & Becker's website.


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