Halo Wars 2 takes its art to the streets
Halo Wars 2 original art has been brought to the streets of six cities across the US.
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Earlier this month, Xbox and 343 Industries announced their partnership with artists Grzegorz "Gabz" Domaradzki, Craig Drake and Kevin Tong for the Halo Wars 2 Original Art Series, a limited edition collection featuring six original prints.
Now, they've taken it one step further by bringing the Halo Wars 2 Original Art Series to life in six cities across the country! Local artists in each city are delivering fans the opportunity to experience an interactive look into the Art Series by transforming a piece from the collection into massive spray-painted murals.
In addition to the real-world murals, Xbox has partnered with Snapchat to bring the Halo Wars 2 Original Art Series designs to life for fans across America. Each of the six installations will feature a unique Snapcode, unlocking an exclusive Halo Wars 2 Art Series filter for a limited time only. Fans can visit their local mural or Xbox social channels to scan and collect them all!
Resting in the heart of Tribeca, local artists Nick Kontos and Michael Draghi, who are part of the Colossal paint crew, bring Grzegorz "Gabz" Domaradzki's enemy faction portrayal of Shipmaster to life on the corner of Washington St. & Canal St.
Los Angeles artists SWANK, DCYPHER, & DYTCH66 take on Grzegorz "Gabz" Domaradzki's second piece featuring the UNSC's Professor Anders in the Downtown Arts District at 944 E 4th Street.
Residents and Golden Gate visitors can check out VOGUE and Rob Sakovich's paintwork of Kevin Tong's Captain Cutter at 2265 Lombard St, San Francisco, CA 94123.
Craig Drake's modern take of UNSC artificial intelligence Isabel is on display in the Wynwood Arts / Design District at 46 NW 36th St.
ASEND ONE sprays targets with his close-up of Craig Drake's Decimus and his crushing brute power. Find his art and unlock Craig Drake's Snapchat filter at 1940 N Elston Ave.
Thanks to local artists BLVD and MOUF, Atriox has descended upon Downtown Austin at W 5th St. & Congress St.
A limited edition drop of all six prints from Grzegorz "Gabz" Domaradzki, Craig Drake and Kevin Tong will be available for fans through 343 Industries and Acme Archives at Hero Complex Gallery on Feb. 16 at 10 a.m. PST.
Lastly, fans can check out the Xbox Instagram on Wednesday, Feb. 15 for a fresh look at the murals and the characters that inspired them. Our exclusive Instagram story will be live for 24 hours only, then itóand the Blitz Pack reward we hid inside of itówill be gone forever. Don't miss out!