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"If you're a Trekker, this is without reservation a must-own book....this collection is packed with so many stunning visuals that it's worth plopping down on you living room table just for the eye candy alone." - Cinematical.com

"Titan Books has once again delivered a companion book that is a must-have for any fan of the film. " - Filmschoolrejects.com

Biographie de l'auteur

Mark Cotta Vaz is highly respected as the world’s foremost author of movie ‘making of’ books. His informed, incisive, and highly entertaining writing has graced titles including Behind the Mask of Spider-Man, The Art of Finding Nemo, The Art of Batman Begins, the New York Times-bestselling Twilight companion, and his acclaimed history of matte painting in movies, The Invisible Art.


Détails sur le produit

  • Relié: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Titan Books; Édition : Film tie-in edition (17 novembre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1848566204
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848566200
  • Dimensions du produit: 23,7 x 1,8 x 31 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Schneider Claude sur 6 mai 2010
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Je conseille ce livre à tous les amateurs de star trek, superbes photos couleurs, beau design, beaux dessins, à acheter les yeux fermés.
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Par bidulle sur 29 septembre 2014
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livre bien conservé et j'en suis ravi :) merci surtout davoir proposer ce livre j'avais peur q'il serais introuvable
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Filled with detailed, high quality art 30 novembre 2009
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's weird this book came out months after the movie. The wait is over and I'm glad to say that this book is great.

There's plenty of cool concept art in this 160-page hardcover art book published by Titan Books. There are technical sketches and paintings for spaceships, the set, character, costumes, gadgetry, weapons and creatures. Included also are discarded ideas and concepts.

The amount of detail in the art is astonishing and texture is everywhere, 3D renderings, paintings, film stills. The bridge looks like casinos straight out of Las Vegas, with all the lights, panels, buttons and seats. The wickedly awesome looking mining vessel Narada is shown in different views and comes with close ups which will make you marvel at the engineering.

Those who love spaceships will not only find them, but also space stations and their interiors. They are all meticulously designed showing all the seams, cutting, and texture. The designs for the spaceships look really sleek.

For the non-human looking characters, there are lots of photos on the sculptures. For the creatures, there are sketches and 3D models.

This book is highly recommended to fans of sci-fi, not just Star Trek fans.

(More pictures are available on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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Well made but could include more preliminary designs 19 décembre 2009
Par T. Cooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
It was glossy and very well-made, with absolutely beautiful production values (a lot like the movie). As Trek art books go, though, it concentrated rather heavily on either what did or was going to appear on screen with very little in pre-production sketches and preliminary, experimental designs. Anyone who owned "The Art of Star Trek" will recall things like Matt Jefferies' initial sketched ideas for the overall shape of the Enterprise and the Klingon D7, among other things; this sort of first-cut experimentalism is sadly lacking in this book. Instead, we see what we saw in the film along with some glimpse into how those designs evolved. That's well and good, and this book does do what it intends to quite well. I would have wanted just a little more.
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Great Start, but Need More! 22 février 2010
Par overlordspock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Like others have already mentioned, this book is a great concept and executed well, except that it is very thin on included material.

Each different category of artwork that is explored (sketches of the Enterprise, uniforms, aliens, sets, etc.) are only given one or two pages of space at the most. I for one would have greatly enjoyed seeing the evolution process of getting from the original Enterprise to the new Enterprise explored in much more detail rather than the few random sketches we are given. Why were some of the decisions that were made made? All the different sketches/paintings of different aliens were fine, but most of those were not actually seen in the movie. It's good to see the concepts but again, why were some in the movie, but others weren't?

Don't get me wrong, I liked the book and do not regret purchasing it, but I would have loved to have seen a lot more meat to it, even if it meant at a higher price.
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Just amazing! 12 septembre 2012
Par Zoleeka - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I always loved the Star Trek created universe, in timelines, events, places, characters, ships and of course all of it imagination process. Pictured how it started? Wondered if my novel's graphic details could be more impressive after i see how the bigs do it. And now i'm just looking forward for my chin.
Star Trek as You've Never Seen it Before 15 janvier 2010
Par Shellie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
J.J. Abrams recent cinematic re-envisioning of the Star Trek universe (or reboot as some have called it) has confidently made a break with the past and boldly entered into an exciting new phase of its forty odd year existence; and Star Trek: The Art of the Film chronicles its aesthetic development from early conceptual and commercial art, to final designs. There is a strong influence from the Star Wars universe in this film, and thus this book, with several Star Wars veterans such as Ryan Church and Alex Jaeger contributing their prodigious talents to the revitalization of this franchise. Even Mark Cotta Vaz, the author of this book has connections with Star Wars going back some years. On reflection this is of course no surprise as Industrial Light & Magic was put in charge of updating and redesigning the entire Star Trek aesthetic early on with the aim of appealing to a younger generation of audiences who haven't grown up with Trek, and who aren't encumbered with preconceived notions of what to expect. Yet I do have to say that despite this somehow they have pulled off that fine balancing act rather well, and have given the film a tangible Star Trek ambience. This deeply fascinating book is virtually overflowing with some of the most visually stunning and beautifully imagined CGI, art and design ever to have been created for this most enduring of franchises and in one simple word, is engrossing. The chapters logically follow the sequences of the film itself beginning with the almost submarine like designs and finished sets for the U.S.S. Kelvin, and ending with a chapter briefly covering the truly inspired poster campaign. From cover to cover hundreds of photos in gorgeous saturated colours are featured to give you an idea of how a particular scene, costume, prop, prosthetic or even visual effect was originally conceived by the concept artist or production designer and then vividly bought to life in the final theatrical release of the film. The descriptive text is written in an intelligent, clear and concise manner that is regularly interspersed throughout the book, a short preface and a humorous forward by Mr Abrams himself are also included in the first few pages, succinctly followed by a revealing introduction entitled: The Future Begins...

Wanting to bring more youthful sensibilities to the Star Trek franchise J.J. Abrams and his team have almost entirely eschewed the past in favour of an ultramodern, sleek and sexy look that it was hoped would appeal to both devoted trekkies, and potential new fans. Yet even in their aim to completely re-envision Star Trek for contemporary audiences they were always fully aware of the fact that certain key aspects of its design vocabulary should be treated with the utmost respect, while other aspects could be cast anew. If anything the production team were in the unenviable position of wanting to create something that's vitally modern and yet at the same time also wanting to pay homage to all that's gone before, and not alienate existing fans in the process. On one hand I admire this goal for by bringing in people who've not worked on Star Trek productions before they were given free rein to think out of the box and come up with clever new ideas, yet on the other hand much of the distinctive Star Trek aesthetic that's evolved over the past four decades or so seems to have been totally discarded in favour of the shiny and the new. I also have to admit that I am slightly uncomfortable with the overall Star Wars treatment this film has been given; from the massive advertising blitz and media campaign to the tacky product placements, it's never really been done for a Trek production before to this extent... and I feel that cheapened it somewhat. But luckily for us this wonderful book is another story altogether and I wouldn't hesitate in highly recommending it to anyone who's ever been interested in conceptual and commercial art for films, or indeed for television. And hopefully like the film itself, you'll end up loving it just as much as I do! Live long and prosper!
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