Call of Duty: Black Ops features Go Media Vector Art

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We’re all still pretty young here at Go Media. Heck, Go Media founder Bill Beachy is only in his thirties. So yea, it’s fair to say we’ve played plenty of Activision’s award-winning action game Call of Duty. That’s why we were excited to get the call from Activision saying they wanted to use our vector art in the latest installation of the series: Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Activision hand picked images from The Arsenal for use in the Playercard editor of Black Ops.   There are more than 480 images, but it’s not too hard (especially for long time fans of The Arsenal) to pick out the skulls, heraldry, or disgruntled suits that came from our library.

Check out the (admittedly lo-res) screenshots of the emblem creator below.  Images in the emblem editor can be colored, moved, rotated, resized, and overlapped to create unique playercards.

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