Tales from the Loop creator Simon Stålenhag’s new post-apocalyptic project The Labyrinth was crowdfunded in only 19 minutes after its launch on Kickstarter. The narrative art book has raised close to 200,000 USD during the first weekend, with still 18 days to go.
A world covered by ruins and ash, the few survivors that remain take shelter deep underground. But the time has come to venture out into the wastelands of the surface world. Are you prepared to confront dark secrets from the time before civilization’s fall?
Simon Stålenhag, creator of the acclaimed narrative art books Tales From the Loop, Things From the Flood and The Electric State, is now crowdfunding his new dystopian vision: The Labyrinth.
His first book Tales From the Loop about an alternate ’80s was adapted into an award-winning tabletop roleplaying game by Free League Publishing and into a critically acclaimed tv series on Amazon Prime Video.
Simon Stålenhag‘s highly imaginative images and stories depicting illusive science fiction phenomena in hyper-realistic landscapes have made him one of the most sought-after visual storytellers in the world. The crowdfunding campaign forThe Labyrinth launched on Kickstarter by Free League Publishing in collaboration with Skybound Entertainment.
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