The Robots of 1920: Paintings by Jakub Rozalski

robot_art_featured Remember Dinotopia? The fictional utopian society where humans and dinosaurs lived a symbiotic existence? The original book, written and illustrated by James Gurney sold millions of copies in 18 languages and captured the imagination of young and old alike.  Illustrator, Jakub Rozalski, has produced a story that takes fiction in another direction.  Beyond steam punk, he visits one of the fears that arose from the First World War and the mechanized war machines that changed warfare, as well as society and the world. The truly amazing thing about these idyllic and gorgeous scenes, aside from the hulking robots, as obvious aggressive war weapons,  is that some are done in 30 minutes. Let’s see Bob Ross and his “happy trees” do this! tumblr_n89g5xyVQE1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n5itbbcA6U1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n5itjc6HFN1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n5itedMiP21t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_mzle2dE8V91t2t2gmo8_1280 tumblr_mzle2dE8V91t2t2gmo10_1280 tumblr_mzle5wNLYc1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n9e37f6iDR1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n7uzklmgm21t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n7jby14nBT1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n6c9si7aDq1t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n5itfcjMZ91t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_n9155amEr51t2t2gmo1_1280 tumblr_nbmj0z534Y1t2t2gmo1_1280 See more of Jakub’s work on his Tumblr page.

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