The Art of Missing Link

Ramin Zahed (Author) Stephen Fry (Foreword by)
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$45.00  $41.40
Insight Editions
Publish Date
April 09, 2019
9.8 X 0.9 X 11.3 inches | 3.0 pounds
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About the Author

Ramin Zahed is the Editor-in-Chief of Animation Magazine. He has been covering the animation and visual effects world for over 20 years. His articles have also appeared in Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times and Emmy Magazine. He is the author of numerous books on animation, including The Art of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Art of The Little Prince, The Art of Captain Underpants and The Art of Rise of the Guardians.


"My advice would be to order the book, then see the film in theaters opening day, then read the 176-page tome to take a deep dive into everything you missed in Missing Link before seeing the movie again ASAP. That's the ideal way to embark on this particular adventure."--Collider
"One of the most striking layouts in the whole book is a series of side-by-side before-and-after shots revealing the on-set reality and the finished feature film frame, but there are gems on each and every page."--Collider
"A beautifully presented coffee table companion book to the film."--Animation World Network
"Where The Art Of Kubo was mostly a gallery of concept art, this latest Laika tie-in strikes a better balance, with more images of on-set puppetry alongside all the drawing-board loveliness. Stephen Fry supplies an (of course) erudite, funny foreword, though top quote is director Chris Butler's description of Link as "a hairy avocado on legs". Illustrator Warwick Johnson Cadwell's sketches, meanwhile, are a precious find all of their own."--Total Film
"The most extraordinary explorer's log one could wish for."--Skwigly Animation Magazine