Final Fantasy publisher Square Enix on Monday announced that it has entered into a partnership with GlobalGiving to support hurricane relief with its Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary: A Legacy of Art.
Fans of Square Enix’s long-standing, beloved franchise are now able to bid online for specific pieces of artwork from the Legacy of Art’s charity auction.
Square Enix says that the proceeds from the auction will be donated to the crowdfunding charity GlobalGiving, who will provide aid to victims of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria.
Square Enix’s A Legacy of Art celebrates the franchise’s “storied” 30-year history, with the art exhibition hosted at the Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California, until January 7, 2018.
A Legacy of Art is open to the public for free and features a plethora of official artwork from the Final Fantasy franchise.
There is also tribute pieces hosted in the Legacy of Art’s collection from several artists, including Joey Chou, Perry Maple Dixon, Helen Chen, Jisoo Kim and Sachin Teng.
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