Now in paperback, The Invisible Art showcases an enormous trove of rare art and 70,000 words of never-before-told stories and insider information. It is the definitive treatment movie fans dream of. In this spectacular retrospective, Mark Cotta Vaz and Craig Barron reveal the history of a visual effect that has defined movies from the beginning - matte painting. From Gone with the Wind to Citizen Kane to Star Wars to Titanic, The Invisible Art presents the finest examples of now-rare matte paintings and unveils a century's worth of fascinating stories, legendary personalities, and cunning movie craft. Including a foreword by George Lucas, this volume is packed with exclusive interviews and a narrative that time travels from the first pioneering "glass shots" to the dawn of digital technology.About the Author:
Mark Cotta Vaz has authored thirteen books, including The Art of Finding Nemo, Tales of the Dark Knight, the fiftieth anniversary history of Batman, and Industrial Light + Magic: Into the Digital Realm, a chronicle of George Lucas's effects company. Most recently his Behind the Mask of Spider-Man documents the making of the Spider-Man movie.
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Descripción Chronicle Books, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11081184515X
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