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FFXV Art and Design Book announced, Expected to ship December 2017

FFXV Art and Design Book announced, Expected to ship December 2017

Square Enix and Cook & Becker Announce Art Book “The Art & Design of Final Fantasy XV”

Cook & Becker in conjunction with Square Enix today announced that an official, stand-alone art book about the world of Final Fantasy XV is in the works. The Art & Design of Final Fantasy XV will be released in December 2017, and is already available for preorder on Cook & Becker’s website:

The Art & Design of Final Fantasy XV provides an extensive look at the art and design of the Final Fantasy XV universe, which spans both the game and the movie, Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV. Readers can expect a carefully curated collection of art that tells the story of the Kingdom of Lucis, shining a light on the love and dedication that went into creating the world of Final Fantasy XV. The selected art ranges from pencil sketches to detailed renders and elaborate digital paintings, and will include never-before-seen artwork. The book is published by art dealership and art book publisher Cook & Becker and was created together with key members of the art team responsible for Final Fantasy XV.

The book spans 220 pages, printed in full color, and is also available in a Limited Edition.

The Limited Edition comes with a special, limited edition cover, as well as a collector’s box and 2 exclusive Final Fantasy XV giclee art prints. The first 500 Limited Editions books will also come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by various artists from the Final Fantasy XV development team.

For more information and to pre-order the book, visit the Cook & Becker website:

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