This Limited Signed Collector’s Edition of Elysium: The Art of the Film is autographed by Neill Blomkamp. Limited to 1,000 copies worldwide.
From Neill Blomkamp, the director of the acclaimed District 9, comes Elysium, an eagerly awaited sci-fi epic starring Matt Damon and Jodie Foster.
All will be revealed in Elysium: The Art of the Film, which features a Foreword by Blomkamp, and a wealth of stunning production art and photos, including the input of legendary designer Syd Mead (Blade Runner, Tron).
This Limited Edition Collectors book is presented in a slipcase featuring the ship “Elysium” on one side and the “ravaged Earth” of 2154 on the other, and is presented with a print by Syd Mead and a signature plate signed by Neill Blomkamp.
Limited quantities available, order your Neill Blomkamp autographed book today!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
MARK SALISBURY is the former editor of Britain's top-selling movie magazine, Empire, and author of a number of movie books, including Prometheus: The Art of the Film and Burton on Burton.
Parade’s Best Books about Movies and TV 2013 "With some of the year’s most interesting design, Elysium was ripe for a great “Art of…” book and Mark Salisbury delivered."
Starburst Magazine 03/09/2013 “Crammed full of stunning production stills, art designs from the celebrated Weta Workshop and closer looks at props you may have missed, this book serves as the ideal complement to Blomkamp’s latest sci-fi thriller."
Books Monthly 01/09/2013 “This beautiful book examines the extraordinary and mind-boggling work that goes into producing such a film, the prosthetics, the model-making, the CGI, the concept art... This is a monumentally good keepsake, another huge winner from front-runner Titan Books, now recognised as one of the strongest publishers in the field of movie books. Amazing.”
Hollywood Chicago 08/12/2013 ““Elysium: The Art of the Film” is superior to most companion books partially by the wealth of information in it but also because of the quality of that information. It doesn’t merely serve to accompany your favorite sci-fi flick of the Summer, it tries to enhance it. More “Art of the Film” books should do the same.”