Color photographs of Guillermo del Toro's collection. The book also features original illustrations by Guy Davis.
From the publisher:
Published in 2016, in conjunction with the exhibit on the work of visionary director Guillermo del Toro that opened at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, this book is the perfect accompaniment to the exhibition, delveing into del Toro's creative process, including the well-defined themes that he obsessively returns to in all his films, the journals in which he logs his ideas, and the vast and inspiring collection of art and pop culture ephemera that he has amassed at his private "man cave," Bleak House.
Filled with imagery from the exhibition, including art selections curated by del Toro himself and pertinent pages from his own journals, the book delves further into the director's world with an exclusive in-depth interview and commentary from notable figures in the art world. Featuring new photography of Bleak House and previously unseen concept art and other treasures, this is the perfect accompaniment to a fascinating exhibit that captures the creative essence of one of the world's most unique filmmakers.