Who cares if games themselves are art or not? They make damn fine subject material for proper art. Or, more precisely, Pop Art - the colourful, bold style popularised by Andy Warhol in the 1960s, which inspired artists like Roy Lichtenstein. I've applied Lichtenstein's beloved 'Ben-Day Dots' style to six modern video games for your eyes' enjoyment. So please, step into the gallery...
Burnout's explosive subject material is perfect for Pop Art. Here's the original image, which looks surprisingly colourless in comparison:
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