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Steampunk flavoured mecha stroll through the fields of the 1920's Polish-Soviet War.
Victor Sukhochev is a Russian illustrator and logo designer based in Kursk.
Andrew Pawley is a British comic book creator, illustrator and game designer.
Jessica Smith is an Australian concept artist currently living in Japan. She's worked with people like Google Area 120: Gamebuilder, Gear Inc and Angry Robot Books.
The Mill Shop sells curtains, cushions and bedding. Soft things. Huggable things. In a marketing stunt, perhaps to get the attention of geeks they have transformed some favourite movie posters into fuzzy felt patterns.
This animation is a fan project based on The Electric State. Ilya Plotnikov took art from the Kickstarter and combined with music that Stålenhag had composed himself to create this beautiful short film.
It's a bit fairy tale. It's a bit steampunk. It is also rich in fantasy.
On Instagram, you'll find the freelance digital artist Carolina Oliveria, and in her feed, you'll find the evidence that Game of Thrones would work wonderfully as an animated series.
The design is the work of artist Notsniw. Their Facebook page doesn't give much away, but the most recent post is of Superman's backside. They've clearly found their niche and are sticking to it.