Star Trek: The Art of John Eaves

August 22, 2019 - Comment

Star Trek: The Art of John Eaves represents the most extensive collection of designs and illustrations created by Eaves across the Star Trek Universe. Featuring fascinating pencil sketches and stunning concept art, this visually dynamic book gives fans a unique in-depth look into Eaves’ creative vision and the wealth of his remarkable work at the

Star Trek: The Art of John Eaves represents the most extensive collection of designs and illustrations created by Eaves across the Star Trek Universe. Featuring fascinating pencil sketches and stunning concept art, this visually dynamic book gives fans a unique in-depth look into Eaves’ creative vision and the wealth of his remarkable work at the centre of this spectacular franchise.

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Anonymous says:

John Eaves Amazing artwork well worth buying Length:: 2:18 Mins A fantastic, new, large, hardback book collecting some of the amazing artwork produced by John Eaves during his illustrious career working in the Star Trek art department to produce concept designs for so many props, ships and sets from Deep Space Nine, Enterprise and some work on Voyager and The Next Generation.This book is collected and edited by Joe Nazzaro who also has a significant history in Star Trek publishing.John has also…

Anonymous says:

Inspirational, emotionally engaging & beautifully thought out I purchased this book a few days ago and haven’t put it down since. This book evokes memories of reading The Making of Deep Space Nine or Phase II: The Making of the Lost Series for the first time in that it offers both a glimpse of what might have been and a window into the world of making Star Trek (and no doubt many other similar programs), detailing the amount of thought and the immense attention to detail put into designs before they’re any near being screen-ready.Concept…

Anonymous says:

Bad Quality Not all of the pages were separated/cut at the bottom from the printers probably. Looked like they had printed the book Pages on A2 and folded then into four pages at a time, as the bottom of every so many pages were stuck together/uncut. It was very embarrassing when I presented it as an early Christmas presents we spent most of the time cuttibg each page with a knife.

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