Art of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
April 2002
224ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Mark Cotta Vaz
Cover Artist: Ryan Church

Cover Price: $35.00
Media: Hardcover
ISBN: 0-345-43125-1 - 1st

NOTES
The ISBN number printed on the indicia page (0-345-44074-9) is incorrect and actually belongs to the Galactic Phrase Book & Travel Guide.

SYNOPSIS
For more than twenty-five years, the visual brilliance of the Star Wars films has captivated audiences far and wide. From lush words to intricate landscapes, from lavish costumes to amazing creatures, the Star Wars design artists have pioneered the technological revolution, while never surrendering the dazzling sense of wonder.

Filled with stunning examples of beautiful, never-before-seen movie artwork, The Art of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones takes us through an takes us through an incredible gallery of astonishing images.

As an added bonus, this volume features the exclusive illustrated screenplay, as well as:

• More than 500 extraordinary illustrations—including sketches, costume designs, set pieces, models, and brilliant full-color paintings
• An in-depth look at the amazing new creatures introduced in Episode II
• Fascinating behind-the-scenes accounts and anecdotes related by the artists themselves
• Magnificent visuals of exotic new planets, exciting new spacecraft, and dramatic new characters such as Jango Fett, Count Dooku, and Jedi Luminara Unduli
• Thrilling movie poster art art created especially for Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones

Experience the Lucasfilm magic with visuals more striking than ever before, and become one of the first to witness the worlds and the wizardry of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones.


Subsequent Printings
Art of Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (softcover)
November, 2002; ISBN: 0-345-43126-X - 1st

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