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Hey Tom. I received Bob Peak a couple of weeks ago, and it is incredible. Well worth the wait. I know your father would be extremely proud on how you have honored him and his career. Thanks for putting all the effort into really showing off Bob’s tremendous talent, and his contributions to design and illustration. He’s my hero, and you’ve made a tremendous book to enjoy and draw inspiration from – and to remember him by.
Dear Tom, What a beautiful and touching presentation of your Father’s work. I have been taking my first copy with me as I wander San Francisco’s public and private spaces. I am so thrilled to see the faces of friends light up as they turn each page. EVERY time there are comments of ‘oh yeah, I’ve seen these images…’ WOW. Where did you find this book? Fine work on your part for opting for quality throughout.Chip
We were honored to have a great review in the Spring Edition of Illustration Voice. Please click here to read the review!
|We are pleased to offer a limited run of the Bob Peak Book, Collectors Edition. Only 75 copies of this leather bound book will be made available.Your Bob Peak Collector’s Edition Book will come both numbered, and signed by Thomas Peak on a vellum page at the beginning of the book. It also includes an Bob Peak signature embossed on the page. It is extremely handsome and adds a special appearance to the book.
The collection includes the coffee table book, filled with the art of Bob Peak and information on his life and career, written by his son Thomas Peak. In addition to the book, the Collector’s Edition includes a strikingly red, protective clamshell case and a lovely Bob Peak Fine Arts Gicleé Print that is also numbered and embossed with a Bob Peak signature. This is a limited, small print run that won’t be offered again. Don’t miss out on a valuable, one-time offer.
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Just released, 3 new personal story articles written by Thomas Peak about Bob Peak for Linea Curve Magazine, CMYK Magazine and Pasadena Magazine. The magazines are all esteemed in their market and it’s an honor to have Bob Peak’s work featured in them. Please follow the link to see the articles and images.
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.
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New Picture Book – Bob Peak – Father Of The Modern Hollywood Movie Poster by Examiner.com
Movie posters gives an audience that vital first impression of the film they are about to see. A good movie poster tells you, ‘Here’s the hero, and this is where he’s going to battle evil.’ or ‘Here’s the young couple- will they fall in love?’ Bob Peak was one of the most memorable movie poster artists. His bold, varied styles let you sense the emotion that movie you are to see is about to give you…
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A painting of Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson to advertise the 1976 western “The Missouri Breaks” is one of many stellar examples of the art of illustrator Bob Peak (1927-1992). The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences in Beverly Hills, Calif., has opened an exhibition of his work, “Bob Peak: Creating the Modern Movie Poster,” which features many of his iconic paintings used for film marketing in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s.
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Bob Peak Exhibition at The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Creating the Modern Movie Poster
Artist and designer Bob Peak (1927–1992) has been hailed as the “father of the modern Hollywood movie poster.” This exhibition will display nearly 50 of his colorful, graphically complex original paintings done for iconic movie poster campaigns alongside the final one-sheet posters for such titles as “My Fair Lady,” “Camelot,” “Superman,” “Star Trek – The Motion picture” and “Apocalypse Now.”
Free and open to the public from Thursday, January 20, to Sunday, April 17, 2011 in the Academy’s Fourth Floor Gallery.
Visit the official Academy of Motion PictureArts and Sciences exhibition page for more information. Be sure to watch the video featuring Ellen Harrington, Director of Exhibitions and Events for the Academy, discussing the history of Bob Peak’s artwork and a commentary from Thomas Peak, Bob’s son.