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  • The Art Of Love, Death + Robots (Hardcover)

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    Author: Ramin Zahed
    Published by: Titan Books

    £26.99 RRP £34.99

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Immerse yourself in the official collection of artworks from the first three volumes of Love, Death + Robots, and discover the stories and inspirations behind this beloved Netflix series.

Love Death + Robots is a Netflix series like no other–a breath-taking journey of mature, high-concept tales told with seductive characters, astounding plots, and explosive action. With each episode crafted by different animation teams across the globe, the thought-provoking anthology covers a vast range of animation styles from edgy 2D to stop-motion to anime to hyper-realistic 3D CG.

In this luxury book, discover the wealth of artwork and stories behind the creation of the series’ first three volumes. Includes interviews with key artists and creatives such as series creators Tim Miller and David Fincher, and is full to the brim with everything from beautiful concept art, character studies, costume sketches, paintings, vehicle designs, storyboards, and early vision decks, through to finished frames. Perfect for any fan of animation.

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  • Hardback
Cat. No.
  • 5117093
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  • 9781789098648
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  • 9781789098648