The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island


 

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Description

This lavishly illustrated book reproduces the amazing artwork, design sketches, and digital models that helped bring to life Academy Award-winning director Peter Jackson's sweeping cinematic vision of the iconic story of the gigantic ape-monster.

Responsible for designing Skull Island and its fantastical inhabitants for Peter Jackson's epic King Kong, the artists at Weta Workshop have created a rich and diverse world of wonders and terrors to thrill audiences everywhere. Hundreds of drawings and sculptures were created to populate the mystery island, building a comprehensive menagerie with complex ecosystems and forbidding habitats. Though only a handful will appear on screen, presented within these pages is a vast collection of creatures and lore, each lovingly depicted with production art and new illustrations created especially for this book.

Features

Weta Workshop

Condition & Attributes

Fine in Fine dustjacket

Creators

Weta Workshop

Publishing Information

New York
Pocket
2005
1st
9781416505198

Physical Description

11.2 inches
8.75 inches
224 pages
color and black & white illustrations
Hardcover
boards
English