Via Starwars.com:

THE AUTHOR TALKS TO STARWARS.COM ABOUT TAKING A JOURNEY THROUGH THE GRITTY WORLD OF THE NEW FILM OUT NOW.

Since Ralph McQuarrie first helped George Lucas visualize Star Wars, artists have been critical in shaping the story, and crafting the look and feel of every new Star Wars movie. Solo: A Star Wars Story is no different.With The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story, written by Phil Szostak and published by Abrams Books, fans can explore the evolution of characters, settings, creatures, and technology. The story covers the artistic journey that led to the production of Solo through a collection of production paintings, sketches, concepts and matte paintings. StarWars.com emailed with Szostak, Creative Art Manager at Lucasfilm, to find out more about the art that shaped the look of Solo.

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