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Simon Stålenhag Artbook The Labyrinth Launches on Kickstarter

Simon Stålenhag's The Labyrinth (Free League Publishing)Earlier today a new Kickstarter launched through Free League Publishing to bring the latest artbook by Simon Stålenhag to the public. The creator continues his Swedish SF narrative into a dystopian future in The Labyrinth. The project funded within a few minutes and you can reserve a copy of the standard edition hardcover for a $40.00 pledge through October 30th. Expected delivery is this December.

From Free League:

A world covered by ruins and ash, the remnants of an otherwordly phenomenon that has ravaged the earth’s atmosphere and forced the few survivors deep underground. Matt, Sigrid and Charlie leave the safe harbor of the enclave for an expedition onto the wastelands of the surface world. During their journey they are forced to confront dark secrets from the time before civilization’s fall.

Simon Stålenhag is the internationally acclaimed author, concept designer and artist behind Tales From the Loop, Things From the Flood and The Electric State. His highly imaginative images and stories depicting illusive sci-fi phenomena in mundane, hyper-realistic Scandinavian landscapes have made Stålenhag one of the most sought-after visual storytellers in the world.

Now, Stålenhag turns his unique vision to a dystopic future in a new narrative artbook: The Labyrinth. With your support, these amazing images will turn into a top-quality narrative artbook, truly doing justice to the extreme attention to detail and quality of Stålenhag’s work.

Just like Tales From the Loop and Things From the Flood and The Electric State, The Labyrinth will be a thick, oversized artbook of over 150 pages with print, paper, and binding of the highest quality.

Jeff McAleer

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