Along with the hundreds of concept artists and designers that have created the look of Star Trek over the years, including Matt Jeffries, Andrew Probert, Richard Delgado, Ken Adams, Rick Sternbach, Mike Okuda, Greg Jein, Neville Page, Syd Mead, Ralph McQuarrie, and John Eaves (whose book we reviewed here at borg), you need to include Dan Curry. From The Next Generation to Enterprise, Dan’s variety of Star Trek work has resulted in some of the series’ most memorable moments. Coming soon from Titan Books, Star Trek: The Artistry of Dan Curry (available for pre-order now here at Amazon) chronicles decades of those key creations, and we have a 12-page look inside below for borg readers, courtesy of the publisher.
Curry’s contributions have ranged from directing, title design and concept art to practical on-set visual effects and weapon design. In photographs and interviews, this deluxe hardcover coffee table style book reveals the artist’s techniques and secrets, highlighting some of his personal favorite creations.
Here is a peek at what’s inside:
C.J. Bunce / Editor / borg