The Art of Homeworld



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Get an exclusive look into Homeworld with commentary by the original artists.

Experience the artists' process through more than 350 drawings of ships, level concepts, and scenes.

Gearbox Software and many of the original creators of Homeworld are proud to bring you The Art of Homeworld in collaboration with Bluecanvas. A deep dive into the groundbreaking artwork that helped make Homeworld the beloved franchise it is today, The Art of Homeworld offers beautiful, original concept art and early renders, including commentary from original artists Aaron Kambeitz and Rob Cunningham, as well as a foreword from Gearbox Chief Creative Officer Brian Martel.

The Art of Homeworld is a deluxe hardcover book including high quality prints of original, never-before-seen art, as well as insight from the original artists for the first time. The Art of Homeworld also includes a new Augmented Reality app, allowing you to see the stunning beauty of Homeworld's Mothership and more using your Android or iOS device.

Homeworld has long had a reputation among real-time strategy enthusiasts as one of the most challenging, immersive, and epic games of its genre. Now at last the stunning development art that made the game an influential piece of sci-fi design history is available for the world to see. Curated by original creators Rob Cunningham and Aaron Kambeitz, The Art of Homeworld is filled with elaborate drawings of ships, level concepts, and scenes from the animatics, many of which have been scanned for the first time from the artists' personal archives. Also included are stories and information about the game gathered from exclusive interviews with Rob and Aaron. The Art of Homeworld is a worthy addition to the collection of any fan of the game or of sci-fi art in general.

Paper Stock & Weight: 128gms Harmony Natural White


Rob Cunningham, Aaron Kambeitz

Condition & Attributes

Fine in Near Fine dustjacket (light wear)


Cunningham, Aaron Kambeitz

Publishing Information

Los Angeles

Physical Description

9.25 inches
12.25 inches
236 pages
over 350 color and black & white illustrations
pictorial boards