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Simon Stålenhag
Author and illustrator of The Electric State, Things From The Flood and Tales From The Loop.
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Michael Hazani 3h
in other tech news, 's gorgeous art-storybook The Electric State is the exact IoT/AI/XR nightmare we need to be thinking of right now. One of my favorite recent discoveries.
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Simon Stålenhag 18h
Replying to @chetfaliszek @rodvik
True!
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 19
Replying to @JutsyPlays
On the VR part? I would say ”The fabric of reality” by David Deutsch, and Carl Sagan’s “The Demon haunted world”
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Kyle Tobener Oct 19
I noticed last night that did concept art for the movie Hotel Artemis! Very cool! Credit to for teaching me to pay attention to the concept artists credits, so fun to discover the influences of some of my favorite illustrators in movies I’m watching!
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Yuki Mishimonster 💀 Oct 18
This part of the interview of by really speaks to me.
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 18
We should ask about this
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 18
Replying to @anders_lofgren
Tack för tipset!!!
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 18
Giant ashtrays on Dockweiler Beach.
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 18
I’m not sure. Isn’t kindle a black and white only device?
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 17
Replying to @berbaquero
I hope you like it!
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Atria Books Oct 17
Interested in 's stunning art? Here's a behind-the-scenes look at how that art became his new book, :
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 17
Replying to @jhtakalo
Very nice!
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Iain McNally Oct 16
"I knew I wanted to do something—this is something else about the current state of the world. To me, it just felt like I had to do something that featured a lot of ash." Great interview with artist over at
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 16
Found this on the memory card with photos from comic con.
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Jenn Sandercock Oct 16
Thread: I worked at a AAA company once. When I started everyone looked so miserable after literally years of hard work & crunch. So late one night after work I baked 2 cakes for the office. I sent out a mass email & we all took 30 minutes to eat cake and talk.
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 16
Inspiring suggestion
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Tyler Ostrowski Oct 15
Just finished The Electric State by . 10/10, and I want pages 134-137 printed, blown up and hung on my wall.
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Jennifer Scheurle Oct 15
No, this is NOT something to be proud of! This means you’re ready to slowly kill developers for your product - stop equating abusive work hours with effort. It’s time we start equating abusive work hours with mismanagement.
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O Whistle And I’ll Come To Matthew My Lad Oct 15
The "Christmas is cancelled in Sweden" trope is so common, and so beautifully wrong: anyone who has been in Sweden between the last weekend of November and about the 20th of Jan can probably confirm that the swedes go in really hard on Christmas
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Simon Stålenhag Oct 15
Replying to @Yedois @crunchybeats87
It’s a sequel to tales from the loop, but Electric state is a stand alone book in a different universe
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