Join Sketchpad Gallery for a Star Wars Rogue One signing celebration on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at 2:00 PM!
Come see art from The Art of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide, and get the books signed by the author and artists!
Joining us to meet fans and sign books will be Lucasfilm’s resident Star Wars authority and author Pablo Hidalgo, and some of the amazing artists who have contributed to the Star Wars universe — Christian Alzmann, Aaron McBride, Karla Ortiz, Kemp Remillard, Tyler Scarlet, and Erik Tiemens.
We will have both books available to purchase, and on hand to sign them will be:
The Art of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Concept Artist Christian Alzmann
Concept Artist Erik Tiemens
Concept Artist Tyler Scarlet
Concept Artist Karla Ortiz
Concept Artist Aaron McBride
Star Wars: Rogue One: The Ultimate Visual Guide
Author Pablo Hidalgo
Artist Kemp Remillard
66 6th Street, San Francisco, California 94103
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Artists Ronnie del Carmen, Bill Presing, Erik Tiemens, Eli Harris, and Dice Tsutsumi appear at the Cartoon Art Museum on Saturday October 20, 2012 from 6:00 – 8:30 pm.
The Cartoon Art Museum proudly presents Sketchtravel, a unique collaborative project bringing together 71 talented artists from around the world.
Acclaimed artists Dice Tsutsumi of Japan and Gerald Guerlais of France originated Sketchtravel as an international charity art project. A simple red sketchbook was passed from one artist to another, not unlike an Olympic torch, in an artistic relay through 12 countries over the course of four years. The end result was a beautiful sketchbook containing the personal visions of 71 exceptional illustrators, animators and comic book artists including Bill Plympton, James Jean, Rebecca Dautremer, Glen Keane, Frederick Back, and Studio Ghibli founder and animation legend Hayao Miyazaki. This sketchbook was sold at auction in 2011, raising funds for Room to Read, an international literacy non-profit, and helping to build five libraries in five third-world nations so far.
The Cartoon Art Museum’s latest exhibition, Sketchtravel, features full-sized reproductions of this material, painstakingly recreated as giclee prints to allow the highest quality presentation of the original Sketchtravel paintings and illustrations.
Cartoon Art Museum
655 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105