Synopses & Reviews
Since his debut in Shrek 2
, Puss In Boots has been one of DreamWorks Animation's favorite characters. The aptly titled Puss In Boots
finally places the daring feline in the spotlight, telling his tale with the appropriate dose of dramatic bravado.
The Art of Puss In Boots is the story of how the filmmakers at DreamWorks Animation approached the ambitious task of crafting a world and backstory colored by Puss's unique personality. This book's wealth of art and commentary conjures up a land full of intrigue, romance, and Latin flair. Populating the swashbuckling adventure is a cast of fellow rogues and fairy-tale characters, including Puss's childhood friend Humpty Dumpty, feline fatale Kitty Softpaws, the outlaw couple Jack and Jill, and a Mamo Goose that you definitely don't want to mess with. The Art of Puss In Boots is a tribute to the hard work and creative talents behind the making of this guapo movie.
The Art of Puss in Boots
tells the story of DreamWorks Animation's newest feature about one of the most beloved characters of the Shrek Universe. A prequel to the Shrek
stories, Puss in Boots
tells the hilarious and courageous (daring, bold, brave) tale of Puss (Antonio Banderas) early adventures as he teams with mastermind Humpty Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis) and the street-savvy Kitty (Salma Hayek) to steal the famed Goose that lays the Golden Eggs.”
Full of incredible concept art and a look at the development of the story, The Art of Puss in Boots takes readers behind the scenes of the award-winning DreamWorks Animation studio, that has produced such blockbusters as Kung Fu Panda, How to Tame Your Dragon, and the Shrek series.