Review: THE ART OF TRON:LEGACY a dazzling design feast


Anticipating the hotly awaited theatrical release of Disney’s film, THE ART OF TRON:LEGACY details in lavish, plentiful images how designers and visualists created the conceptual art defining the look of this glowing futurist fantasy world.

Written by the film’s co-producer Justin Springer with an introduction by production designer Darren Gilford and afterword by director Joe Kosinski, THE ART OF TRON:LEGACY is large-size hardback proudly shows off 160 pages of digital paintings, photographs and film stills from both 1982’s TRON and TRON:LEGACY to illustrate the sequel’s design lineage direct from the iconic original and how new design concepts evolved since. As the best of these making-of movie art books do, this volume is a splendid and beautiful journey into the world of Tron simply flipping pages and feasting your eyes on a couple hundred paintings and designs from the film — just a fraction of the hundreds more pieces of art created.

Read our full book review on FilmEdge.net and consider ordering it for your favorite film fan this holiday.

FilmEdge reviews THE ART OF TRON:LEGACY

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