Skip to Main Content (Press Enter)
Check Out
The Bestselling Books of All Time
See the List
Toggle side nav
Drew Struzan: Oeuvre by Dylan Struzan

Drew Struzan: Oeuvre

Best Seller
Drew Struzan: Oeuvre by Dylan Struzan
Hardcover $54.95
Oct 04, 2011 | ISBN 9780857685575

Also available from:

  • Oct 04, 2011 | ISBN 9780857685575

    Also available from:

*This title is not eligible for purchase to earn points nor for redemption with your code in the Reader Rewards program

Product Details


“The movie posters of your dreams” – GQ

“I can’t recommend picking up Oeuvre enough. Such a great collection of the man’s art; a must own for any movie/pop culture fan!” – Ain’t It Cool

“It would be tempting, looking at this massive book, to simply be reduced to a quivering mass of fanboy enthusiasm shouting hosannas, but it’s the presentation of the book that denies such a simple response. Save for an introduction by George Lucas, it is almost entirely free of text or explanation, presenting several decades worth of work almost as free association. The effect is both overwhelming and personalizing, as if it were the man’s private notebook printed in perhaps the most elegant form possible.” – Just Press Play

“The gorgeous art book you must own.” – Badass Digest

“… incredibly comprehensive and gorgeously presented… if you’ve got a poster-geek in your life, this is a must for them.” –

“Easily the best coffee table book I own.” –

“One of the best purchases I’ve made this year, and a must have for any film fanatic.” – SlashFilm

“If you’re a fan of pop art, Star Wars or Drew Struzan, Ouevre would make a fine addition to your library.” – Topless Robot

“A must own book for any movie or art lover.” – Geek Tyrant

“This book is truly a thing of beauty—a real must-have for movie buffs and art buffs alike.” – Nerd Approved

“As far as a career-spanning retrospective, Oeuvre is hard to beat.” – The Playlist

“My favorite movie artist” - Steven Spielberg 

“One of the very best” - George Lucas 

“Struzan created some of the most indelible images of our time” – Leonard Maltin

Back to Top