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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. VOLUPTUOUS TERRORS Volume 2 120 Horror & Exploitation Film Posters from Italy

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    Classic Italian film poster art is renowned as being among the most accomplished, creative and dynamic of its kind. And as shown here, horrific, violent, erotic and yet artistically powerful. From the post-war period through to the 1980s, Italian artists consistently produced posters with sumptuously stunning designs and imagery--not least in the horror and exploitation genres, for which compositions almost invariably included curvaceous female figures in jeopardy, juxtaposed with the iconography of fantasy and terror. Learn More
  2. TOKYO CINEGRAPHIX One Horror and Exploitation 100 Film Posters from Japan

    This first volume showcases a range of horror and exploitation film posters created in Japan, ranging from indigenous sex and horror hybrids to classic American horror films and controversial Italian cine-nightmares of cannibals and war atrocities. A new high-quality book series which aims to represent some of the very best film posters created in Japan, both for domestic films and also for foreign imports. 100 full-color, full-page reproductions. Learn More
  3. LOST IN SPACE The Art of Juan Ortiz

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    Juan Ortiz turns his unique eye for poster design to the classic sci-fi series Lost In Space. Each episode--yes, that is EVERY SINGLE WEEKLY EPISODE--is lovingly reimagined as a visually striking poster, creating a one-of-a-kind collection to accompany one of the most celebrated sci-fi television series of all time. Each poster has a different aesthetic, taking inspiration from 60s movie posters, comic books, pulp novel covers and blacklight posters. Huge oversized hardcover. Learn More
  4. THEY DREW AS THEY PLEASED The Hidden Art of Disney's Mid Century Era 1950s and 1960s Volume 4

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    The 1950s and 1960s at The Walt Disney Studios marked unprecedented stylistic directions brought on by the mid-century modern and graphic sensibilities of a new wave of artists. This volume explores the contributions of these creators, with special emphasis on the art of Lee Blair, Mary Blair, Tom Oreb, John Dunn, and Walt Peregoy. It includes never-before-seen images from Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and Sleeping Beauty and discusses Disney's first forays into television, commercials, space, science projects, and theme parks. Learn More
  5. WALT'S IMAGINATION The Life of Walt Disney

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    An oversized picture book that gently chronicles Walt's progression from farm boy to actor to artist, animator, director, and entertainment celebrity, Walt's own words are presented and contextualized within Doreen Rappaport's compelling prose. Illustrated with vivid authenticity by animator/painter John Pomeroy. A sensitive look at the famous man and his long, satisfying career of bringing joy to children and adults, and imagination to the world. Learn More
  6. MONSTERS OF THE IMAGINATION Amazing Creature Designs by Global Artists

    The stuff of nightmares, monsters have haunted the human psyche for millennia, cropping up in all cultures through our stories and myths, in three-dimensional and graphic representations. This hold has not diminished as newer technologies keep evolving to visually render them faster and with increased nuance for a variety of applications from games and animation to film characters. The diverse work of 30 world-renowned creature designers who share their inspiration, choice of materials and techniques with the readers. The chapters include Digital Painting, Traditional Hand Drawing, 3D Modeling and Rendering, and Sculpture. Embrace the horror... Learn More

    A 2016 documentary that explores the birth, death and resurrection of illustrated movie poster art. Through interviews with a number of key art personalities from the past 4 decades, including Joe Dante and Thomas Hodge, 24x36 aims to answer many questions: What happened to the illustrated movie poster? Where did it disappear to, and why? A Fantastic Fest World Premiere, 24x36 examines the lost art of movie poster illustration and makes a compelling argument for the art form's continued cultural relevance. Includes 30 minutes of additional interviews. Learn More

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    From the Disney vaults--fourteen more never-before reprinted Sunday Page comics adaptations of popular Disney animated and live-action features. Swiss Family Robinson, Kidnapped, 101 Dalmations, The Parent Trap, Toby Tyler, Darby O'Gill and the Little People, In Search of the Castaways, and Babes in Toyland! Frank Reiller adapted every feature; all but 4 are drawn by long-time Tarzan Comics artist Jesse Marsh. After over 50 years, the complete newspaper strips are collected for the first time! Learn More

    A fascinating documentary on the making Tarzan of the Apes 1917 in Morgan City, Louisiana. Filmmakers, actors and circus acrobats fought malaria and the sweltering heat of a Louisiana swamp to create what became an instant hit with audiences. This pulls back the curtain on fact and fiction: Were monkeys and apes left behind in the swamp? Did Elmo Lincoln actually kill a lion? Was this the first on-location film outside of NY and California? Plus all about ERB, why Morgan City of all places, and more. Includes the complete one-hour film. Learn More

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    A fine all-new illustrated history of science fiction. Using timelines, online links, illustrations, movie posters & well-selected stills, book covers, and more, this amazing new book propels us into the well of modern imagination, from its roots in Frankenstein, through Verne, H.G. Wells, the late gothic and weird horror of Lovecraft to the mass market Pulps. Then a new generation of writers (Bradbury, Bloch, Asimov, Philip K. Dick), television and film, right up to the present day. Learn More

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