Be transported into Jakub Rozalski’s mysterious worlds where history, folklore, and modernity harmoniously clash. Inspired by traces of imagination from his childhood on the Polish countryside, his breathtaking and unique artwork will pull you to his alternate fantastic worlds filled with colossal giants, ominous machines, werewolves, lonely wanderers and rural landscapes.

Howling At The Moon
Special
Edition
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Special Edition

Renowned Director and Designer Brent Ashe has crafted every aspect of Howling at the Moon’s presentation to make it an art experience you’ll love. The special edition includes a stunning bold hardcover slipcase and an envelope of 6 exclusive prints.

Howling At The Moon
Howling At The Moon
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Howling At The Moon
Jakub Rozalski
Jakub Rozalski
Independent concept artist, painter & storyteller

Jakub Rozalski is a Polish concept artist, painter and storyteller and creator of the World of 1920+ (Scythe, Iron Harvest) and Wolfpack1863.

What do they think about Howling At The Moon?
“A truly engrossing and captivating collection of artwork rooted in fantasy world created by Mr Rozalski. The origin story is loosely rooted in 1920's Poland overrun by a fantastic bestiary sampling widely ranging world mythologies. Stylistically the artwork is reminiscent of the period paintings by George Harding and Hans Larwin. Personally I find this work both menacing and fascinating. But even if you don't care about art much, think about that - this collection is going to make a truly original coffee table book, that your neighbors Joneses are unlikely to have.”
Werehamster
“Incredible artbook full of a lot of quality photos. If you bought the Scythe book from him, you'll see a lot of familiar pieces, but this has way more for a better price. He even has a tutorial section in the back with progress pics. What I love most about this artist is his ability to capture a mood in his imagery. This is not your run of the mill concept art book with 'nice paintings,' but these pieces really tell a story. He's got a way of capturing an atmosphere with his colors and compositions that do more than serve as a pretty little painting. This would make a great gift for aspiring artists in any visual medium, sequential arts, film, gaming, preproduction animation, etc, or for folks who love a less gaudy steampunk aesthetic. The mechanical creations in his work are well thought out, really fit the country they represent, and FEEL like mechs that would exist in the WWI - WWII era. The quality of the book itself is very professional. You really get your money's worth. The size is big enough to see the great details in his work, and fits on my ikea shelf just nicely.”
Brianna Alexander
“Beautiful, imaginative, thought provoking, and inspiring. Some of the pieces are almost Dark Souls-eque with the giant enemies. It’s an awesome juxtaposition of countryside/folk with awesome machinery, samurai and other awesome pieces. I was gifted this for my birthday when my boyfriend knew I loved this artist and I couldn’t be happier.”
Tori