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Author Phil Szostak Shares New Details On The Process of Creating His ‘Art of Star Wars’ Books – Part 2

Phil Szostak’s behind-the-scenes look at what goes into making his ‘Art of Star Wars’ books continues. In part two of our coverage, the creative Art manager for Lucasfilm, author of ABRAMS books The Art of The Force Awakens, The Art of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and the recent The Art of The Last Jedi shares interesting details about the process of gathering art, designing book layouts, making adjustments on the fly and things that might have been. Check it out!

 

In case you missed our coverage of part 1, Phil Szostak, the author of this May’s The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story, gave us unique insight and details into the creative ideas that went into building his “Art of” books structure, character development, and design, as well as location usage within the films.

 

 

Phil’s most recent Tweets take a look at gathering art, designing book layouts, and making adjustments Check out all of his tweets below….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’ll be sure to keep you updated as we gather more information on this!

 

 

The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story hit stores May 25th. The book is currently available for pre-order via: AMAZON

 

 

May the Force be with you….

 

 

 

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