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A wonderful collection of books and DVDs on the artists who work behind the scenes in TV and film.

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  1. THE SEVEN LIVES OF ALEJANDRO JODOROWSKY
    $39.95

    A definitive book that explores all of Jodorowsky's creative fields. Written in collaboration with some of the finest American and Bande Dessinée journalists and legendary collaborators in the fields of art, music and film. A journey through Jodo’s personal life, his life in the theater, his rebirth as a 70s cinematic cult figure and of course, his work on Dune, the unfinished masterpiece. An in-depth look into his collaborations with Moebius. Learn More
  2. THE MONSTER ART OF BASIL GOGOS Hardcover
    $100.00

    Produced under a partnership between FantaCo and Basil Gogos' wife, Linda. They had access to ALL of Basil's private sketches and illustrations for some of his most famous paintings, as well as many hundreds of preliminary sketches for never published projects. This shows you how Basil used his sketches to create his wonderful paintings--arranged by monster (Wolfman, The Creature, Dracula, Frankenstein, etc). His wife has written the introduction and has added commentary explaining many of the images. Learn More
  3. The Secret History of Science Fiction and Fantasy

    Regular Price: $29.99

    Sale Price $26.99

    Science fiction and fantasy reign over popular culture now. But it wasn't always thus. Lost Transmissions is a rich trove of forgotten and unknown, imagined-but-never-finished, and under-appreciated-but-influential works, as well as little-known information, revealed in nice bite-sized chapters. Larger sections examine Film & TV, Literature, Art, Music, Fashion, Architecture, and Pop Culture, with dozens of smaller pieces in each section. 75 essays by 30 contributors including Neil Gaiman, Paul Tremblay and William Gibson! Learn More
  4. HARRYHAUSEN The Lost Movies

    Regular Price: $39.95

    Sale Price $34.95

    Known for his iconic stop-motion creatures, Ray Harryhausen was at the forefront of Hollywood special effects for much of the 20th century. His films include One Million Years B.C., Clash of the Titans and Jason and the Argonauts, among others. But for every film that reaches the big screen, half a dozen projects are never realized. This explores Harryhausen's unrealized films, including unused ideas, projects he turned down and scenes that ended up on the cutting room floor. Never-been-seen-before artwork, sketches, photos and test footage from the Harryhausen Foundation archives. Learn More
  5. MARC DAVIS IN HIS OWN WORDS Imagineering The Disney Theme Parks

    Regular Price: $150.00

    Sale Price $125.00

    Walt Disney once said of Marc Davis, “Marc can do story, he can do character, he can animate, he can design shows for me. All I have to do is tell him what I want and it’s there! He’s my Renaissance man.” Davis touched nearly every aspect of The Walt Disney Company during his tenure. He began as an animator on Snow White and Bambi and moved on to Cinderella, Alice (in Wonderland), Tinker Bell, Maleficent, and Cruella De Vil. In 1962 he moved to Imagineering, working on Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Haunted Mansion. Packed with never before collected original art. Learn More
  6. MICKEY MOUSE From Walt to the World

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Sale Price $44.95

    Since his modest debut in 1928, Walt Disney’s creation Mickey Mouse has become one of the world’s most recognized and beloved characters. This gorgeous collection gathers original art, drawings, animation cels, and artifacts from a groundbreaking, original exhibition at The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, with text by noted Disney animator Andreas Deja. Lavishly illustrated with gorgeous art, some of it never before seen. Impressive, oblong oversized art book. Learn More
  7. PENCILS, PENS & BRUSHES A Girls' Guide to Disney Animation
    $18.99

    Based on Mindy Johnson's critically acclaimed Disney Editions coffee table book, Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney's Animation, this nonfiction picture book is a fun and inspiring look at many of the amazing women who have worked at Disney Animation over the years, from Story Artists to Animators to Inkers and Painters, all with unique personalities. Includes Rae Medby, Berta "Bea" Tamargo, Retta Scott, Mary Costa, Mary Blair, Elizabeth Chambers, Grace Huntington, Mary Goodrich. Learn More
  8. MARY BLAIR'S UNIQUE FLAIR
    $17.99

    A lovely children's picture book celebrating the career of Disney's most famous female creator. Even as a child, Mary Blair loved color, and all she wanted to do was to make art. But becoming an artist wasn't easy. Mary worked hard to enter contests and earn a spot at a school for the arts. She even had to work hard to find her place at the Walt Disney Studios. When she joined Walt's trip to South America, Mary had never seen such color. She collected that color and used it in her concept art for Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, and Peter Pan, and even the It's a Small World attraction at Disneyland. Learn More
  9. THEY DREW AS THEY PLEASED The Hidden Art of Disney's Early Renaissance Volume 5

    Regular Price: $50.00

    Sale Price $42.50

    In the 1970s and 1980s, the Disney animation studio redefined its creative vision in the wake of Walt Disney's death. This latest volume from renowned Disney historian Didier Ghez profiles Ken Anderson and Mel Shaw, whose work defined beloved classic Disney characters from films like The Jungle Book, The Aristocats, Robin Hood, and The Rescuers. With vivid descriptions of passages from the artists' autobiographies and interviews, accompanied by never-before-seen images of their art and process, this visually rich collection offers a rare view of the Disney legends whose work helped shape the nature of character and story development for generations to come. Learn More
  10. THE ART OF CREATURE AND CHARACTER DESIGN SKETCHBOOK Signed
    $40.00

    Take a journey behind the scenes into the complex landscape of an artist's brain to see how the design process actually develops. Through every aspect of the sketch, from very rough to somewhat polished, pencil to color rough, he explores how ideas in a creator's head actually come to life as alien creatures and characters, through the pages of his personal sketchbooks. beautifully printed in full color. Collora designed the logo for Jurassic Park, and his designs can be seen in Men in Black, Dogma, The Arrival, The Crow, and Predator 2. Learn More

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