Star Wars: The Blueprints Collection
Star Wars fans and fans of cooking everywhere really liked the Wookiee Cookies: The Star Wars Cookbook and all its great Star Wars themed and inspired recipes; and it turns out, that was just a taste of things to come. Star Wars collectors everywhere are going to want to move fast to get their hands on Star Wars: The Blueprints Collection. Besides the great character development and plot of the Star Wars Saga, I think we can all agree that we love the creatures and vehicles created along with the Star Wars galaxy. That’s where the limited edition Star Wars: The Blueprints Collection comes into play.
At 18 1/2″ H x 15 1/2″ W and with over 330 pages, 500 photographs and illustrations of concept designs, sets that never made it into the films, production models, and film stills, along with interviews of the films’ original production designers, art directors, and draftsmen, this book is sure to instill excitement much like the fist Star Wars movie did so many years ago. This blueprints book also includes its own 19″ x 22″ hard cover case for safe keeping and display.
Star Wars: The Blueprints brings together, for the first time, the original blueprints created for the filming of the Star Wars Saga. Drawn from deep within the Lucasfilm Archives and combined with exhaustive and insightful commentary from best-selling author J. W. Rinzler, the collection maps in precise, vivid, and intricate detail the very genesis of the most enduring and beloved story ever to appear onscreen.
Star Wars: The Blueprints gives voice to the groundbreaking and brilliant engineers, designers, and artists that have, in film after film, created the most imaginative and iconic locales in the history of cinema. Melding science and art, these drawings giving birth to fantastic new worlds, ships, and creatures.
Most importantly, Blueprints shows how in bringing this extraordinary epic to life, the world of special effects as we know it was born. For the first time, here you will see the initial concepts behind such iconic Star Wars scenes as the Rebel blockade runner hallways, the bridge of General Grievous’s flagship, the interior of the fastest “hunk of junk” in the Galaxy, and Jabba the Hutt’s palace. Never before seen craftsmanship and artistry is evident whether floating on the Death Star, escaping on a speeder bike, or exploring the Tatooine Homestead.
With Epic Ink only producing 5,000 English language copies, you better get yours soon. To learn more about this collectible Star Wars Blueprints Book, go to TheBlueprintsBook.com. Here you can see many pictures, learn details about the book, and can purchase it. Books #1-125 are signed and hand-numbered copies selling for $1,000 and #126-5000 are hand-numbered copies selling for $500.