Fallout Fan Art: A Gallery of 15 Pieces Celebrating the Post-Apocalypse

In Fallout, the world has been destroyed by a nuclear holocaust. The player steps into the shoes of a survivor and must navigate this new, dangerous world. While Fallout is a bleak and often dark video game, it has inspired some truly amazing fan art. In this gallery, we will take a look at some of the best Fallout fan art out there.

From hilarious memes to beautiful landscapes, these artists have created something special. But before we dive in, let’s take a look at the Fallout games themselves.

What makes the Fallout game franchise such a great source of artistic inspiration?

Have you played any of the Fallout games before?

The Fallout series is one of the most popular post-apocalyptic games out there. It all started with Fallout, released in 1997. Fallout was set in an alternate history where the United States had been devastated by a nuclear war. The player took on the role of a Vault Dweller, one of the few people who had survived the war by living in a Fallout shelter.

The game was praised for its open-ended gameplay and unique setting. Fallout quickly became a cult classic and spawned several sequels. In Fallout: New Vegas, the player was transported to the Mojave Desert, where they had to survive in the harsh wasteland. Fallout: 76 was a massively multiplayer game set in the Fallout universe.

And finally, Fallout Shelter was a mobile game where the player managed their Vault.

Now that we’ve taken a look at the Fallout games, let’s dive into the fan art!

Fallout fan art is some of the best out there, due to the rich world and characters that Bethesda Game Studios has created…

Here is a collection of 13 of the funniest, most beautiful, and most creative pieces of Fallout fan art that I could find:

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Fallout fan art is nothing new, but it’s always been a hit with classic sci-fi fans. Artist Bangbez took direct inspiration from the classic 1927 breakthrough hit Metropolis to carve out this poster featuring a Brotherhood of Steel soldier decked out in Power Armor. The poster is a beautiful and accurate recreation of the Fallout universe, and it’s sure to please any fan of the game.

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This frighteningly realistic battle between the Death Claw and a man was painted by artist Jfonganireal in this wonderfully composed work. The unevenly proportioned creature looming over Vault Boy and his trusty canine sidekick is enough to send a shiver down your spine. The use of brush strokes and colors is both timeless and stylish, making this piece a Fallout fan favorite.

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One great example of this bold style of artwork is maXKennedy’s “Powerful Love” piece, which captures the sweet romance of Fallout in an age of irradiated moles, super-mutants, and ghouls. The two lovers in the piece are decked out in Power Armor, and they look like they’re ready to take on anything the wasteland throws at them. It’s a beautiful and touching tribute to Fallout, and it shows that love can bloom even in the harshest of conditions.

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One artist, in particular, foogoo609, has some amazing Fallout fan art. Although their DeviantArt account is no longer active, that doesn’t make their art any less impressive.

One of their most popular pieces is a comical take on a survivor in Power Armor attempting to feel the breeze from an old, burnt-out desk fan. It’s a hilarious and clever piece that Fallout fans will love.

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Artist Patrick Brown’s painting shows a Vault Dweller fighting a Behemoth while a Deathclaw and Sentry Bot lurk in the background. You can tell that the character is in pure survival mode, getting ready to fight for his life.

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One of my favorite pieces is by Anndr. He created a stunning portrait of a character from Fallout: New Vegas. The rusty reds and dark silhouettes are mesmerizing, and the pose is unbeatable. It almost reminds me of concept art from the pre-production phase of game development.

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The wasteland can be a depressing place, and Fallout fans are no strangers to that. But in the Fallout universe, there’s always hope. Even in the bleakest of circumstances, there’s a chance for a better tomorrow. Artist Alex has brought that hope to life with their artwork.

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Fallout fan art can be incredibly beautiful, as seen in this stunning shot by Fernand0FC. The use of color is minimalist but effective, highlighting the red and blue of the American flag while leaving everything else in a grayscale palette. The attention to detail in the Power Armor is superb, and the brush strokes used to craft out the environment convey a sense of motion perfectly. It’s no wonder this piece is one of the most popular Fallout fan art pieces out there!

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Jeff Wu’s Fallout Girl is ready for anything! Her pipe pistol and grenades show that she means business, while Dogmeat looks out for potential threats. It’s exciting to imagine what might be coming for them! Who knows what sort of adventure awaits in the post-apocalyptic world?

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With this clever combination of Fallout 4 and Mad Max: Fury Road, Dallas Nagata White’s work is outstanding. There are numerous references to the film series that helped shape the franchise, including Max’s loyal canine companion, his sawed-off shotgun, and a direct reference to Immortan Joe in the Power Armor helmet. The imagery is also top-notch, making this one of the most visually arresting Fallout fan art pieces out there.

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Nabetse Zitro was clearly excited for Fallout 76, even if the final product wasn’t quite what they hoped for. Still, this comic book-style take on a Vault dweller climbing into Power Armor and exploring the wasteland is simple and attractive. Exciting stuff for Fallout fans!

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Artist Patrick Brown created this heart-warming piece featuring himself and his dog (Dogmeat) in Fallout gear. It’s a great example of how Fallout fan art can be personal and touching, as well as stylish and creative.

Beautiful art comes in all shapes and sizes, but one thing is for sure: it’s always impressive. No matter what form it takes, Fallout fan art is a beautiful way to celebrate one of the most popular video game franchises of all time.

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Drawn by the incredibly talented Cristian Garcia, this Fallout fan art will make you question your previous notions of cool. Cigarettes will never look the same again!

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Created by me, your lovely author, we see soldiers in Power Armor marching through the barren wastelands of New Vegas.

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A lone member of the Brotherhood of Steel working inside on various electronic gadgets as he prepares for his next mission.

Closing Thoughts

What makes the Fallout game franchise such a great source of artistic inspiration? Is it the post-apocalyptic setting? The unique characters? The retro-futuristic aesthetic? Whatever the reason, Fallout fan art is always impressive, and it’s clear that the artists who create it are passionate about the games.

I hope you enjoyed this gallery of Fallout fan art! If you’re a Fallout fan yourself, be sure to check out the artists’ websites and DeviantArt pages to see more of their work.

Happy Fallout gaming!




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