Book Review: Star Wars Art: Visions

Star Wars Art: Visions


This isn't the concept art book I imagined or was expecting. This isn't a concept art book at all.

Star Wars Art: Visions is more of a fan art book, except the 'fans' here are some of the best illustrators around. Think Moebius, Alex Ross, Syd Mead, Julie Bell and Boris Vallejo, H.R. Giger, Peter de Seve and James Christensen. There are 93 guest artists in all. Wow!

George Lucas has invited all these fine artists to create art for Star Wars, in their own style and interpretation. You'll see art from all sorts of styles, ranging from impressionist to manga to Picasso, punk(?), collage and more.

The book itself is huge, and the prints are large. You can see the details of the brush strokes and all. And most of the paintings are created traditionally.

The subjects are pretty cool, especially the more different ones like Kermit the Frog fishing with Yoda (from Peter de Seve), or the manga Leia which looks like she's from an alternate universe, or (gasp!) a nude Aayla.

This is a great collection of quality art. Easily recommended to any Star Wars fan.

Star Wars Visions is available at Amazon (US | CA | UK | DE | FR | IT | ES | JP | CN) and Book Depository

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3 Comments

Thanks for uploading some of

Thanks for uploading some of the artwork. It looks stunning and the artists included in this work are all top notch.

I thought the Moebius was only in the limited edition of this book, or is it in the "normal" book, too?

Kerstin :o)

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