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Jakub Rozalski shares his World of Inspiration

The artist behind Howling at the Moon

Jakub Rozalski, is a Polish artist best known for his World of 1920+ series, an alternate 20th century European history that combines war and the industrial revolution with mech robots and folklore. His worked served as the basis for the popular board game Scythe , the Iron Harvest video game Kickstarter and several unreleased projects to come.

Inspired by his surroundings on the Polish countryside, his work captures the nostalgic atmosphere in rural landscapes while incorperating colossal giants, ominous machines, werewolves and lonely wanderers.

For the first time, Rozalski gave us an exclusive sneak peek into his world and  shared some of the stories and sceneries that inspire his work. See the full post here.

Discover more of Jakub‘s work in Howling at the Moon, available on Amazon.

 

Second Book Title Announced: Howling at the Moon by Jakub Rozalski

We are delighted to finally announce the second edition of the ArtStation Media collection, Howling at the Moon by famed Polish concept artist, Jakub Rozalski. Be transported into mysterious worlds where history, folklore, and modernity harmoniously clash and discover the book today!
“I love the atmosphere of mystery, the external conflict of good and evil, the thin line between the real and the unreal, the presence of the supernatural, the fantastical creatures, the wisdom coming from them, the historical context and some kind of romanticism.” – Jakub Rozalski

The book features a collection of Rozalski’s work from his World of 1920+, Wolfpack1863, the Ancients, Apocalypse day and folk stories. Complete with step-by-step tutorials, English an Polish commentary from the artist and an exclusive interview, you’re sure to get lost in its pages for hours.

The book’s special edition includes a hardcover slipcase and an envelope of 6 exclusive prints.

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.

Martin Deschambault to Sign Books & Review Portfolios at MIGS

MIGS17 will return this year on December 11th to 13th at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal with 2 floors, 7 tracks including a newly added Industry and Advocacy track, 8 simultaneous session rooms, 90+ sessions and live demos. For the first time ever at MIGS, ArtStation will be hosting a live pop-up gallery, exhibiting a curated selection of the best local artists in the media & entertainment industry – including some amazing artwork from Project 77.

On December 12 from 6pm-9pm, we invite you to join us at the Nocturne cocktail where Martin Deschambault will be on site to sign books, participate in portfolio reviews and meet with fans.

“It was really important to have the liberty of creation so a Space Opera setting was perfect. The universe is large enough to have all the variety I wanted to express my creativity” explained Deschambault on how Project 77 was developed. As part of Nocturne, he’ll be there to chat more about the book and sign copies for fans.

For those who will be with MIGS for the duration of the conference, join our Fireside Chat with ArtStation CEO, Leonard Teo, where he will share the journey that lead ArtStation to becoming the world’s largest Media & Entertainment artist platform with more than 400,000 members and nearly 3 million unique visitors each month. Hear how ArtStation has contributed to the industry ecosystem and about what exciting developments we have brewing for 2018!

ArtStation Media Celebrates Launch with Project 77

On November 8, we celebrated the launch of the first edition of the new publishing division with Martin Deschambault’s long awaited Project 77.

“We’re just so excited to be creating these beautiful art books that brings ArtStation onto people’s bookcases. It’s just cool,” said CEO Leonard Teo on why ArtStation was starting to go into the publishing business.

“Working with the brilliant Martin Deschambault, legendary designer Brent Ashe and veteran production designer Daniel Cox has set the bar incredibly high for the ArtStation imprint—which is exactly where we like it,” added Co-Publisher Daniel Wade, who produced 40+ art books at Ballistic Publishing (founded by Leonard in 2003).

Project 77, though still not available for purchase on Amazon, was on sale exclusively at the event where guests were able to mingle and their book signed by the guest of honour. One lucky guest won a signed Project 77 canvas to bring home with them.

Project 77 is scheduled to be available online through Amazon towards the end of November. Sign up for the ArtStation Media newsletter to receive notice when the you can order your own copy!