Love Fallout 4 and feeling flush? These fancy fine art prints may be up your street.

We've covered the video game fine art prints of Cook & Becker before, when it tackled the likes of Street Fighter, BioShock Infinite, Mass Effect and Mirror's Edge. Now, it's turned its hand to Bethesda's Fallout 4.

The collection of Certified Art Giclee prints includes a number of museum-grade reproductions of concept art pieces from Fallout 4. Each print is hand-numbered, while a selection also comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Bethesda Game Studio's senior concept artists.

They're not cheap, though. The prints start at Ł69 and go up quickly, depending on the print and extras. There's more on the Cook & Becker website.

Here's a snippet:

1
Diamond City.
2
Neighbourhood patrol.
3
Nuka Cola.
4
The Prydwen.
5
Red Rocket.
6
Inside Red Rocket.
7
Street scene.

Cook & Becker's Ruben Brands said: "The design of the Fallout games stands out from other post-apocalyptic science fiction by juxtaposing 1950s optimistic 'Space Age' aesthetics with a dystopian universe design.

"This generates a strong tension between objects that look familiar, like brightly painted and sleek cars evoking the 1950s, and a dark backdrop of nuclear destruction. Of course the collection also offers prints from some of the iconic Fallout in-world brands such as Nuka Cola ads."

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