it’s not all about the fast lane!

Art of Cars

The story of a race car who learns that it’s not all about the fast lane. (In fact, life begins at the off-ramp.) Offering an insider’s view into the artistic development of Cars, this gorgeously illustrated book celebrates the whimsical yet painstaking research that fueled Pixar’s directors, production designers, and artists. Fascinating storyboards, full-color pastels, on-the-road snapshots, and hundreds of character sketches reveal the origins of Pixar’s charming and clever automobile-based world. Gleaned from the team’s trips to racetracks and down the famed Route 66, The Art of Cars is as colorful as its memorable story and characters, making this book the only movie tie-in for adults a spirited ride down the road of a masterful animated feature film.

Michael Wallis is the Pulitzer Prize nominated author of six books on the Southwest and is widely considered the authority on Route 66, the Mother Road. He served as a creative consultant and voice talent for Cars .

Suzanne Fitzgerald Wallis is co-author of Songdog Diary: 66 Stories from the Road and co-editor of Greetings from the Mother Road: Route 66 Postcards . She and her husband, Michael, live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

John Lasseter is a founding member and executive vice president of creative of Pixar Animation Studios. A two-time Academy Award winner, he executive produced Monsters, Inc. , Finding Nemo , and The Incredibles , and directed Toy Story , A Bug’s Life .

Pixar Touch : The Making of a Company 

Library Journal Reviews  

…. Although Price’s explanation of certain computerized animation applications can be overly technical, this is still a most fascinating and entertaining story of how a struggling little company overcame many odds to become a major Hollywood entity

 

PIXAR: 25 YEARS OF ANIMATION TO OPEN JULY 31, 2010

AT NEWLY TRANSFORMED OAKLAND MUSEUM OF CALIFORNIA

A CELEBRATION OF EXTRAORDINARY WORK CREATED BY PIXAR ARTISTS

AND THE LEGACY OF ANIMATED FILM IN CALIFORNIA

Over 500 Artifacts-Including Drawings, Paintings, and Sculpture from Ratatouille, WALL•E, Up, and Pixar’s Latest Film, Toy Story 3

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