Thanks to hundreds of gamers contributing to the Assassin’s Creed IV interactive painting promo, the finished artwork is now on digital display, two months before it will be shown in Le Musee de la Marine in Paris. To recap, fans of the franchise had the opportunity to take webcam pictures of their faces, and after an online vote, the winning pictures were transposed onto bodies in the painting. The campaign was spearheaded by Sid Lee Paris. And although the artistic nature of the project may not help with the game’s publicity all that much, it is cool that certain fans will be partially on display in a renowned museum. Assassin’s Creed IV for PS3 will come out on October 29, with versions for other systems to be released throughout November.