The Destructive Video Game Art of Coro Kaufman

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We've got another Massive Black artist for you today, which is always a treat. Coro Kaufman is one of the studio's co-founders, and also serves as its art director. Needless to say, his stuff is great.

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In this gallery you'll see examples from many of the games he's worked on over the past few years, including Red Faction, Army of Two, Lost Planet 2, Silent Hill and even Golden Axe.

In addition to his video game work, Kaufman has also whipped up concepts for commercials, toys, TV, movies, clothes and even album covers. He's also putting the finishing touches on a graphic novel called Transient Man, which is about a hobo who may or may not be "an inter-dimensional savior of humanity, on a mission to save the universe".

You can check out the comic here, and if you like what you see, hit up the Kickstarter page and help get it printed!

You can also buy some of Coro's stuff (along with that of other Massive Black artists) at the company store.


You can contact Luke Plunkett, the author of this post, at plunkett@kotaku.com. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook, and lurking around our #tips page.

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While we're at it, let's show off our favorite artists and their credentials both in games and out of games.

First one: Kishida, Mel.

Artist and Character Designer behind the PS3 Atelier games(Rorona, Totori, Meruru).

Also did character designs for:

Sora No Woto/Sound of the Sky

Hanasaku Iroha

Kamisama no Memochou