Game on as graphic designer scores contract

Graphic designer Patrick Brown has scored a contract with PlayStation Australia. Picture: MARK JESSER.

Graphic designer Patrick Brown has scored a contract with PlayStation Australia. Picture: MARK JESSER.

GRAPHIC designer by night, internationally acclaimed artist by day.

 The Examiner graphic designer Patrick Brown has scored the biggest coup of his career, a contract with PlayStation Australia.

Mr Brown was selected to create the artwork for a promotional competition run by the gaming company for the game The Last of Us Remastered.

It's not the first time he has worked with big companies.

``That was exciting, to receive an email from PlayStation Australia,'' Mr Brown said.

``I've also worked with the game developer of Hitman, releasing an artwork each month to get fans hyped up.''

While working full-time at night, Mr Brown said he strapped himself to his Wacom Cintiq throughout the day to meet deadlines.

The hard work pays off - his artwork will soon be displayed on the cover of new French magazine The Game.

``When I enjoy games myself, I draw it,'' he said.

``I'm very passionate about my work and I like to do it for myself just for fun. It has really grown over the years.''

Winners of the PlayStation The Last of Us Remastered competition will be drawn into Mr Brown's artwork and a PS4. To enter, visit http://au.playstation.com/legal/detail/item721647/

For more of Mr Brown's artwork, visit patrickbrownart.com/

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