If you're looking for a spot to chill after last week's hectic E3, Namco Bandai Games America's PR manager Job Stauffer wants you to consider Sonora, CA, which he tells us is "a small, quiet city nestled in the Sierra foothills nicely between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite - two of the most beautiful places on Earth."

It also happens to be the town that's currently hosting the show he helped organize, "Gold Cartridge - Video Game Art in the California Mother Lode", which features tributes to everything from Kirby to Limbo, and will run at 134 S Washington St. (next to Sonora Joe's) from June 11 to June 26. 

All of the proceeds from artwork sales at Gold Cartridge will be sent to the Child's Play charity, which is dedicated to supplying games, toys, and books to children's hospitals around the world. You can preview a few of the pieces at Stauffer's Picasa gallery, and find more info on the gallery at its Facebook page.