Skip To Content

    This Stunning Sci-Fi Reimagination Of The Mahabharata Will Leave You In Awe

    Mythology meets the digital age to create a truly epic piece of art.

    18 Days, created by legendary author Grant Morrison, is a concept art book based on the Mahabharata.

    18 Days Cover

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Brahma Cosmos

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    One With Nature

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    The amazing illustrations were created by Mumbai artist Mukesh Singh in collaboration with Morrison.

    Wishing Tree

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Wishing Tree Envy

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Temple of Science

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    The book follows the climactic Kurukshetra War that is said to be the blueprint for every battle ever fought.

    The Bomb

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Hall of Worship

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Krishna

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    In addition to traditional imagery of Indian mythology, Singh has said that he also drew inspiration from American and European science fiction artists.

    Battle Pandavas

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Battle Kauravas

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Arjun Invokes War Goddess

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    You can watch the animated series 18 Days here.

    Bheem Missile

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Bheem Berserk

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Nakul Abhimanyu Sahdev

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    You can check out more art from the book here.

    Draupadi

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Ranchandis

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    Karna vs Ghatotkach - Winner Loses All

    Mukesh Singh / Via deviantart.com

    H/t Reddit

    BuzzFeed Daily

    Keep up with the latest daily buzz with the BuzzFeed Daily newsletter!

    Newsletter signup form