The very first book on the subject of costume illustration for the movies, Hollywood Sketchbook, contains over 500 previously unpublished drawings. More than just pretty pictures, each drawing provides a blueprint for the creation of a costume and a character. This gorgeous volume affords the viewer a rare peek inside the portfolios of a century of costume designers and illustrators including Theadora Van Runkle (Bonnie and Clyde, The Godfather: Part II), Piero Tosi (The Leopard, Death in Venice), and Travis Banton (Scarlet Empress, Blonde Venus). Academy Award-nominated costume designer Deborah Nadoolman Landis follows-up her acclaimed Dressed: A Century of Hollywood Costume Design, to showcase the artistry of costume illustrators and designers from silent film to today's blockbusters.
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I don’t know if that movie’s costume designer, Catherine Martin, got a bump in her paycheck for her collaboration with these megabrands, but no doubt it resulted in some impoverishment of the audience.Read Full Review of Hollywood Sketchbook: A Centu... | See more reviews from NY Times
...given the beautiful reproduction, on elegant paper, of so many original sketches impossible to find elsewhere, it is hard to complain.Read Full Review of Hollywood Sketchbook: A Centu... | See more reviews from WSJ online
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