‘The Art of Cars 3’ Book Review – Concept Art, Details Galore & More

The Art of Cars 3 is a wonderful book that dives deep into the development of the third racing film in the Cars trilogy. Watch our video review.
The Art of Cars 3 Book

Continuing the long tradition of brilliant “art-of” books from Chronicle, The Art of Cars 3 (the latest in the series), is on shelves (physically and virtually) now. The series provides a great look at the development of the characters, the sets, the story (and more) — The Art of Cars 3 is no exception.

After the Foreward (John Lasseter), Preface (Brian Fee), and Introduction (Bill Cone and Jay Shuster), the book is aligned similarly to the film and is broken down into three acts.

We enjoyed the book cover-to-cover and cannot recommend it enough. Between the great storyboard insights from Scott Morse (described in our video review) to the early concept artwork from the original version of the film (set in Southern California and involving identity theft elements), the book provides Cars fans a great background into the hard work and creation of the movie.

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