Fans of Pixar films who are looking for more details on the visual development of the Studio's films need look no further than Chronicle Book's "Art of" series. The Art of Inside Out book follows suit and is sure to excite and engage readers with greater than ninety percent artwork (and less than ten percent text) showcasing how the characters, worlds and graphical elements were developed to create the film. At 176 pages, the hardcover book is yet another must-have to get the full experience of Inside Out.
In addition to the visual inspiration that the artwork provides, you'll also learn more about some story elements which were developed early on and eventually cut. For instance, did you know that Riley entering depression was originally a larger part of the story? Or, that Joy was originally able to appear in the real world (rather than just the mind world)? Dig even deeper into the book in our video review embedded below (or watch direct on our YouTube channel).