The Art and Design of FINAL FANTASY XV
This beautiful coffee table art book showcases the art and design of the FINAL FANTASY XV universe, which spans both the hit game FINAL FANTASY XV and the movie KINGSGLAIVE. The Art & Design of FINAL FANTASY XV is published by Cook & Becker. This official artbook has been created together with key members of the FINAL FANTASY XV art team at Square-Enix, who gave detailed insight into their vision for the FINAL FANTASY XV universe.
Readers can expect a carefully curated collection of art, drawings and designs that tell the story of the Kingdom of Lucis, and show the love and dedication that went into creating the world of FINAL FANTASY XV. The selected art ranges from pencil sketches to elaborate renders and digital paintings. These include never-before-seen artwork and screens made specifically for this art book. What shows is the detail and craft that went into designing a world in which the designers wanted to merge realism and fantasy, and draw attention to the emotional bonds between characters.
The Art & Design of FINAL FANTASY XV spans 220 pages and is printed in full color on a beautiful silk paper. Next to the regular edition, the book is also available as a special Limited Edition.
The Limited Edition comes with an alternate cover, as well as a Chocobo-yellow collector’s box and 2 exclusive, hand-numbered FINAL FANTASY XV giclee art prints. The first 500 Limited Editions books also come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by members of the FINAL FANTASY XV art team.
About The Art & Design of FINAL FANTASY XV
Cover art featuring Noctis and his father
400 x 225 mm
About The Art & Design of FINAL FANTASY XV - Limited Edition
Cover art featuring the cast of FINAL FANTASY XV
Comes in a luxury box (486 x 326 mm)
Includes two hand-numbered giclee art prints, sized 300 x 360 mm and 300 x 400 mm
*The first 500 editions will include a hand-signed Certificate of Authenticity signed by members of the FINAL FANTASY XV art team*
Published by Cook & Becker
Editorial & Concept: Maarten Brands, Ruben Brands & Arjan Terpstra
Editing: Mike Diver
Design & Art Direction: Bart Heideman (www.uncanny.design)