Star Wars Art & Star Wars Year by Year

by Devin Mainville

15 December 2010

 

Star Wars fans are in lucky this holiday season, with two new anthologies to keep them entertained. Both books celebrate the landmark film as a visual medium and work of art. Star Wars Art: Visions takes the work of artists using the six classic films as inspirations for art that spans every medium available. The pages serve as a deserving tribute to the galaxy that has been inspiring everyone for the last 30 years.

The second book, Star Wars Year by Year: A Visual Chronicle, also celebrates the visual beauty of the Star Wars trilogies, exploring the inspirations that created Star Wars. As the title suggests, the book looks at how Star Wars influenced and was influenced by pop culture. It starts with the first trio logy, covers the years in between, the prequel trilogy and ends with the cone wars and beyond.

 

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