Out Oct. 14, courtesy of Abrams, comes "Star Wars Art: Posters." The fifth and final installment in a series of books curated by George Lucas and Lucasfilm includes "Star Wars" art from around the world in one handy place. All six "Star Wars" films are represented in "Posters," as are "'Droids' and 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' animated television series, radio dramatizations, gallery exhibitions, fan-club exclusives, foreign one-sheets, video games, and limited-edition posters curated and commissioned by Mondo Tees in Texas." From the book's official press release:
Few pieces of artwork have ignited the imagination and distilled the passion for Star Wars as much as the original posters created to publicize and market the franchise’s films, television shows, and video games. From Howard Chaykin’s first advance poster, released to comic-book shops and distributed at the New York and San Diego Comic Cons in the summer of 1976, through Roger Kastel’s Gone with the Wind–inspired one-sheet for Episode V and Drew Struzan’s striking, now-iconic paintings for all six films, Star Wars has enjoyed nearly four decades of poster art from some of the most renowned and beloved artists and designers working in movies.
CORRECTION: After publication, Abrams informed The Huffington Post that it had captioned the poster for "Knights of the Old Republic" incorrectly as "The Force Unleashed."