You’ll never see it coming.
Very few games ever have had the penchant for aesthetic, or the sense of style, that Persona 5 did. So it makes sense that it is the game that is getting fine art pieces courtesy of Cook & Becke, who will be selling several fine art pieces from the game, each hand numbered, and limited (greatly) in number.
The fine art pieces include one of the protagonist in his heist stance, two of Ann, one of fan favourite Akechi, one of Makoto (obviously), and two of the entire group of Phantom Thieves. You can check out, and buy, if you so choose, the full gallery of what is available for yourself here.
Meanwhile, Persona 5 itself is available to play now on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, with an anime based on the game due to start airing later this month as well (for those who don’t want to spend 105 hours making their way through the game).