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Simon Stålenhag - Things from the Flood (english)
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Simon Stålenhag is back.
The Loop is closed. Life is returning to normal when the pastoral countryside is suddenly flooded by dark water from the huge abandoned underground facility. Rumors spread in classrooms and schoolyards, stories about the flood and how it has brought something with it. One thing is clear: the past is not ready to be forgotten. Simon Stålenhag is back. In his new artbook Things from the Flood, Stålenhag continues the stories of Tales from the Loop, memories of a Nordic childhood infused with strange machines and weird creatures from other dimensions. In Things from the Flood, Stålenhag moves his focus from the 80s to the 90s, the decade of great change when the outside world truly came to Scandinavia. These are tales of the trials of youth, of schoolyard hazings, of first kisses, of finding yourself - and robots.
 
Praise for Tales From The Loop:
"If you ve got a geek in your family who needs a Christmas present, this should be it. They ll love you forever." NPR BOOKS
 
"Incredible paintings of sci-fi suburbia will make you wish you were Swedish." The Verge
 
"My Life as a Dog mixed with Transformers absolutely brilliant." SVT (Swedish National Television)
 
"The hangover of an abandoned government science programme. Dinosaurs show up too in this quiet war of multiple worlds." The Guardian