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u/-Epsilon · 702 pointsr/gaming

It should be said that the artist is a Swedish painter named Simon Stalenhag. He's constantly releasing new work like the one you see here.

I would highly recommend checking him out
http://www.simonstalenhag.se/

EDIT:

I see a lot of you are really liking Simons work, so I figured I should also mention that he has published two hardcover books containing larger prints of his work along with backstory for most of his art.
Tales from the Loop and another that just came out 11 days ago (November 1st, 2016) called Things from the Flood.
Both books are fairly cheap and would make great Christmas gifts in my opinion

u/d_stilgar · 6 pointsr/HalfLife

I have both his books, Tales from the Loop and Things from the Flood and they're both very nicely printed. There's a relatively short story for each as well that isn't particularly interesting, but definitely fleshes out his world a little more and connects the art all together a little bit.

u/chance633 · 4 pointsr/ImaginaryMindscapes

If anyone is a fan of Pen-and-Paper RPG's, Free League made a game using his art called Tales From the Loop

You can also get just the art for Tales From the Loop and the upcoming expansion for the the games Things From the Flood, which has some of my favorite pieces of his.

If you're interested in buying, Modiphius has the stuff available for purchase in your local currencies.

u/GizmosArrow · 1 pointr/Art

How has no one linked to his books yet?! I thought this looked familiar. I've got these two in my Amazon wish list for Christmas: Tales from the Loop & Things from the Flood.

u/yonreadsthis · 1 pointr/evilbuildings

I just purchased his book Tale from the Loop--marvelous stuff. And, there's a sequel Things from the Flood--I will be sending for that, too!

u/Portmanteau_that · 1 pointr/Art

He's released some hardcover books of his work: 'Tales from the Loop', 'Things from the Flood'

He's also working on his Third, which looks like it might be my favorite

u/ramisleiman · 1 pointr/Art

Found the english names for the books.
Tales from the Loop
Things from the Flood