DreamWorks Animation Opus Premiere Edition
An Official Collaboration When DreamWorks Animation wanted to do something extra special to celebrate their 25th anniversary, having their very own Opus was the ideal solution. Four years in the making, this large format, limited edition art book celebrates a quarter of a century of excellence and innovation by one of the world’s leading animation studios.
A Luxury Publication From the blue leather which covers the book, to the silver gilding on the pages, to the endpapers decorated with nearly 200 different character sketches, everything about this colossal tome exudes the utmost quality
A Cinematic Scale Printed using state-of-the-art high defi nition technology on luxury 200gsm silk paper, each page measures 45cm (17.7 inch) square. This gargantuan format allows for fi lm stills, visual development art and computer-generated renders to be reproduced at an unprecedented size. Images frequently appear at nearly a metre wide, showcasing the inherent detail like never before.
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