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The Art of Cars 2

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Cars 2 is a globetrotting, high-octane ride through the world of Lightning McQueen, his best friend Mater, and an international collection of completely new characters. The Art of Cars 2 follows the development of the second installment in the Cars series, from the first story concepts and the filmmakers' worldwide research to the intricate "carified" details that make up ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published June 22nd 2011 by Chronicle Books (first published June 1st 2011)
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We pre-ordered a copy of this book from Amazon and it arrived a few days before the film premiered.
I’d held off on reading it before seeing the film; just in case it contained some spoilers, which it kind of does. The material is organized primarily by location, including not only the main cities visited, but also has a chapter on “Spycraft” and another titled “Roads Not Taken” that contains concept art for scenes that were cut, such as another race set in Germany.

As with the other Pixar “Art o
Kevin Magpoc
As one of the few people who actually liked Cars (not loved, but liked), the art on commentary on designs help me appreciate the movie even more, making me want to watch it a few more time to look for the attention to detail and design touches.
I like it though I'm not fan of it ^_^ but since my youngest brother liked it a lot I want to buy it to show him the sketches and so on, we both enjoyed in different levels ^_^
William Wright
I feel like the writers of this book believe that it is profiling a film that is actually good...
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I love all the Pixar Art of books!
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