Paris, 1789 – The French Revolution turns a once-magnificent city into a place of terror and chaos. Its cobblestone streets run red with the blood of commoners who dared to rise up against the oppressive aristocracy.
As the nation tears itself apart, a young man named Arno will embark on an extraordinary journey to expose the true powers behind the Revolution. His pursuit will throw him into the middle of a ruthless struggle for the fate of a nation, and transform him into a true Master Assassin.
“Assassin’s Creed: Unity” is the action packed, stealth video game that is the seventh in the Assassin’s Creed series by Ubisoft Montreal. To celebrate the release of this much anticipated game, Geek-Art and French Paper Art Club are proud to reveal an exclusive screen–print dedicated to Arno Dorian and the city of Paris, both heroes of the game.
Named “Confrerie” (brotherhood in French), this official Ubisoft screen print was created by screen print rising star Dan Mumford and is a 7 colors screen–print. It will be on sale HERE on French Paper Art Club this Wednesday, 14th of January, in a limited edition of 100.
Here is what artist Dan Mumford had to say about the game and the project. “I’ve been playing Assassin’s Creed since the first game in 2007. From the si-fy scenario involving the animus to the incredible reconstitutions of the greatest eras in history, I’ve always been a big fan. To me it’s a sophisticated success, based on the power of details and characters who inhabit those universes.
For this artwork I tried tho pay tribute to the aerial side of the game. The roofs of those great cities have always been important parts of the gameplay, and it’s a pleasure to walk on them as an assassin, whereas to accomplish a mission or to simply enjoy the beauty of this universe”.
Confrerie (Brotherhood) by Dan Mumford
Limited edition of 100 – 40€ (about $50)
7 colors screen print
on Arcoprint Edizioni White paper
Size 50×70 cm
Official Certificate of Authenticity
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