The Art of Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition
October 1997
56ppg

Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Allan Kausch and Stevel Saffel (editors) with Mark Cotta Vaz
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Cover Price: $18.95
Media: Softcover
ISBN: 0-345-42557-X - 1st

NOTES
Includes the added Special Edition pages from the 1997 re-issued versions of The Art Of books. When ordered through the Star Wars Fan Club, copies came autographed by Dan Madsen, president of the Fan Club.

SYNOPSIS
The Art of the Star Wars Trilogy Special Edition is a lavish, full-color volume that commemorates the creative genius and technical wizardry behind the Special Edition releases. Illustrating this collectors edition are behind-the-scenes sketches, storyboards, character illustrations, photos, and many more examples of the work of conceptual artists and designers whose skill and imagination gave rise to the added wonders seen on the screen by the whole world.

Some highlights of this volume include:

•The dramatic new Mos Eisley and Jabba the Hutt sequences from A New Hope
•Exciting new creatures created to populate Luke Skywalker's home planet
•Striking, full-color storyboards depicting the wonders of Cloud City
•Character designs for the dancers and musicians from "Jedi Rocks"
•The first filmed record of Coruscant, the Imperial homeworld And much, muchmore!



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