If you're an artist looking for exposure in the video game industry, you should submit your work to a new publication: Interactive Age.
Aimed at an audience of executives and decision-makers, Interactive Age has been called "the Harvard Business Review for games".
But style is just as important as substance, and Interactive Age infuses the style of The New Yorker magazine into a print, twice-yearly, peer-written journal.
To fill out the illustrations and drawings, we're accepting submissions from talented and eager artists from across the world.
The artist is always credited, of course. (And you'll be mailed a copy of the magazine, too!)
Here are the guidelines:
-Line drawings and fine line illustrations are preferred.
-Black-and-white art is preferred.
-Humans and other creatures draw the eye, so to keep from distracting readers, please use:
-A progression or series of drawing is particularly good.
Objects from Nature (trees for example).
Architecture (buildings for example).
Small objects (coffee cups for example).
High-resolution images for printing should be emailed to: interactiveage -at- gmail.com
We look forward to seeing what you've got!