We are now selling the The Art of Bob Peak Coffee Table Books with a new Dust Cover. The iconic Bob Peak Signature Dust Cover will still be available by request but as as 12/1/13 all of the online orders will be filled with the brand new covers.
We took care to choose an image that we though represented Bob Peak’s career and would be instantly recognizable as his work. We’re very proud of this image and hope that you find it a beautiful as we do.
Although the outside is very different, the inside is exactly the same. Filled with great insight, stories and observations of the Life and Art of Bob Peak.
Available now! For the first time ever, a comprehensive oversized coffee-table book on THE ART OF BOB PEAK. The book includes 392 pages with over 600 images and illustrations of work spanning a 40 year career with many never before seen illustration along with his iconic illustrations for the Movies, Major Periodicals, National Ad Campaigns, Time Magazine Covers, TV Guide Covers, Fashion Advertising, Sports Advertising and more.
We are pleased to now offer FREE SHIPPING on domestic retail orders (wholesale not included).
We’re pleased to show you some sample pages from the book. (these are low resolution images). Click the “full screen” icon in the bottom left corner for the best experience.
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Tom Peak had the pleasure to be interview for a fantastic 8 page expose on the Art of Bob Peak and more specifically his work on the first 5 Star Trek Motion Pictures.
The article is full of insights on Bob Peak’s creative process and little known info on how he created such iconic posters for Star Trek.
Order the magazine and see the article’s pages after the jump.
In celebration of their 60th Anniversary, TV Guide has done an article on Bob Peak’s Top TV Guide Covers. (Includes Gallery).
1. Star Trek
November 18, 1967
“The cover is very bold, but you’re looking at a futuristic movie,” says Thomas. “He would work his craft depending on the subject matter.” Peak revisited Kirk and Spock when he created the poster for the theatrical release of 1979′s Star Trek: The Motion Picture as well as four of its sequels.
Meet Tom Peak at Comic Con. He’s at the Society of Illustrators Booth #2616
“Tom Peak with Film Critic / Film Historian Leonard Maltin at the Comic-Con Show in San Diego. Leonard contributed his thoughts on Bob Peak and his Movie artwork for “The Art of Bob Peak” book available through www.bobpeak.com and www.amazon.com.”
Tom Peak, Leonard Maltin Comic Con 2013
Tom Peak Signing Book at Comic Con 2013
Tom Peak attended the BEA Convention this year (5-30 to 6-1). Tom’s booth was the talk of the convention with many famous people dropping by to say hello and check out the The Art of Bob Peak book. Here are some pictures of the Booth and Tom with friends.
How the ‘Father of the Modern Hollywood Movie Poster’ was Immortalized by his Son
Tom Peak poses for a photo beside a poster of his father at the South Pasadena Mercantile Co. on Fair Oaks Avenue. Photo credit: Ajay Singh
“I promised myself that before I leave this earth I would do a nice book about my father,” says Tom Peak.
“The Art of Bob Peak,” the coffee table book will be the subject of an Author Night at the South Pasadena Public Library Community Room today, Thursday, Sept. 19, starting at 7 p.m.
To read the full article by Ajay Singh :
Please join Tom Peak for a New Gallery Opening Event where he will be unveiling new Giclée Prints and Signing his book “The Art of Bob Peak”. Celebrating the Art and Life of Legendary Artist Bob Peak.
This exclusive special event will be held at the South Pasadena Mercantile Company.
September, 14th from 6pm – 10pm.
I’ve always believed the experience of moviegoing starts with the poster. A movie’s one-sheet — the poster that hangs in the lobby — features the film’s key art, sometimes a photo collage, sometimes a painting that represents the actors or the action. Whatever the image, the idea is the intrigue. After all, the one-sheet is really just an ad designed to inspire ticket sales.
For me, this experience was never more exciting than when the one-sheet featured the art of a man named Bob Peak. An artist with movie-star looks, Peak worked in advertising and magazines as an illustrator in the 1950s, then began designing movie posters in the early 1960s, most notably for West Side Storyand My Fair Lady.
Read more at January Magazine
The free event on September 19th at 7pm will feature a presentation by his son, Tom Peak, whose new comprehensive coffee table book, “The Art of Bob Peak,” covers the legendary 40-year career which earned Bob Peak the title “Father of the Modern Hollywood Movie Poster.”
The event will also feature an exhibit of artwork and a PowerPoint retrospective of an extraordinary 40-year career during which Bob Peak set the standard and rewrote the rules of illustration artistry time after time.