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    The release of nearly every major blockbuster is accompanied by the release of a book dedicated to the art of that film, and often they're enjoyable — if slight — pieces of entertainment that may provide a couple of small insights into the movie in question and do little more than look good on a coffee table. The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, however, is the rare art book that is actually worth going out and purchasing right now, because it's jam-packed with literally hundreds of pieces of amazing concept art that fans of the movie could spend hours poring over. Written by Lucasfilm image archivist Phil Szostak, who worked in The Force Awakens' art department from 2012 through the end of production, the book is full of first-hand accounts from artists, designers, and animators as they talk about the artwork generated from the early days of the movie's development all the way up through post-production. Plus, Szostak provides a timeline that takes readers month by month through the development process, giving us insights into what director J.J. Abrams and his team were working on at any given time and how the story eventually evolved into what we saw on screen. Being able to see concept art of Kira and Sam (who would become Rey and Finn) is a cool way to trace how the movie was made, and you can see how story decisions formed and influenced the art moving through the production and vice versa — there are a handful of images that are replicated almost 100% accurately in the movie. Reading The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the equivalent of watching a time lapse of a sculptor carving a solid block of marble into a gorgeous statue, and it's awesome to see the boundless creativity of the designers and artists involved in the making of one of the year's biggest movies. There are likely going to be many more books written about the making of this movie, and while they may end up providing a more detailed blow-by-blow of what happened on what day during the production, none of them will have as many jaw-dropping pieces of artwork as this one. If this sounds like it's up your alley, you can get it on Amazon right here. Check out a very small selection of the book's artwork below.
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    Beck Rocchi inherited her love for photography from her dad, after having showed her how to use his Nikon when she was 13: "- Yeah, and it simply grew from there. He was such a gifted and passionate photographer, and I believe I would never have found it without him. He used to photograph my mum, so beautifully. After that I was always the girl with the camera in her bag. As the years went on and technology advanced it went from a small film camera, to a small digital, to a big digital SLR. I never studied it - but I think that is what makes my style a little different. Its all about how you see the world - and that is in your mind and your heart." After growing up in Melbourne, Beck is now based out of beautiful Byron Bay, surely an inspirational location. Other sources of inspiration are beauty, color, light, symmetry, movement, reflections, details, mistakes, and of course life: "- But most of all the power of capturing moments in time that will stay frozen forever." Her work hasn't been published in any publications yet, but something tells us it's not far away. Her plan for the future are to embrace, grow and develop her photography, writing, and her mind. Of other things: " - Travel and documentary photography has always been the thing that fires me up, that stirs me deeply and gets me excited. I love throwing myself into a foreign environment - among new visuals, strange customs and unknown places. I feed off new ideas and challenges which means I get restless easily in familiar environments of mundane routine. It is an exciting ever-changing pathway for me to continue on!" Here's some of her work: More pictures inside the post.
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    Beck Rocchi inherited her love for photography from her dad, after having showed her how to use his Nikon when she was 13: "- Yeah, and it simply grew from there. He was such a gifted and passionate photographer, and I believe I would never have found it without him. He used to photograph my mum, so beautifully. After that I was always the girl with the camera in her bag. As the years went on and technology advanced it went from a small film camera, to a small digital, to a big digital SLR. I never studied it - but I think that is what makes my style a little different. Its all about how you see the world - and that is in your mind and your heart." After growing up in Melbourne, Beck is now based out of beautiful Byron Bay, surely an inspirational location. Other sources of inspiration are beauty, color, light, symmetry, movement, reflections, details, mistakes, and of course life: "- But most of all the power of capturing moments in time that will stay frozen forever." Her work hasn't been published in any publications yet, but something tells us it's not far away. Her plan for the future are to embrace, grow and develop her photography, writing, and her mind. Of other things: " - Travel and documentary photography has always been the thing that fires me up, that stirs me deeply and gets me excited. I love throwing myself into a foreign environment - among new visuals, strange customs and unknown places. I feed off new ideas and challenges which means I get restless easily in familiar environments of mundane routine. It is an exciting ever-changing pathway for me to continue on!" Here's some of her work: More pictures inside the post.
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