Jakub Rozalski's Art is an Exercise In Alternate History Contrasts

Jakub Rozalski's Art is an Exercise In Alternate History Contrasts

Giant mechanical men lumber through a winter forest while War machines watch over farmland. Jakub Rozalski’s artwork is a study in contrasts: the past blended with the future. His images of an alternative, steampunk Europe are amazing works of art.

The past is another country — but an alternate history is a whole new world. The best alternate histories can make you see the real history of our world in a whole new way, and make you realize that events that seem like they were inevitable... may not have been.

10 Worst Mistakes That Authors of Alternate History Make

The past is another country — but an alternate history is a whole new world. The best alternate histories can make you see the real history of our world in a whole new way, and make you realize that events that seem like they were inevitable... may not have been.

The Great War 1914, made by Keith Thompson as an illustration for Scott Westerfeld’s novel Leviathan.  [[MORE]]  It’s an alternate-history novel wherein the “Darwinists” (Allies) use genetically-modified animals for warfare, while the “Clankers” (Axis)...

The Great War 1914, made by Keith Thompson as an illustration for Scott Westerfeld’s novel Leviathan. [[MORE]] It’s an alternate-history novel wherein the “Darwinists” (Allies) use genetically-modified animals for warfare, while the “Clankers” (Axis)...

This was a personal map, made because inspiration struck and to try out a more modern style I've wanted to use for a while. So, Antillia is a phantom island – an island that doesn't exist and...

This was a personal map, made because inspiration struck and to try out a more modern style I've wanted to use for a while. So, Antillia is a phantom island – an island that doesn't exist and...

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Lower Fore Street, a narrow cobblestoned street in Lambeth, pictured in 1865. Fore Street is shown on John Roque's map of 1746. It ran alongside the river between Vauxhall Gardens and Lambeth Palace.

Dickens's London: in pictures

Lower Fore Street, a narrow cobblestoned street in Lambeth, pictured in 1865. Fore Street is shown on John Roque's map of 1746. It ran alongside the river between Vauxhall Gardens and Lambeth Palace.

Weimar Forever - an Alternate History map by SRegan.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Weimar Forever - an Alternate History map by SRegan.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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