Here’s the official companion catalog for the Catalina Island Museum’s exclusive 2018 exhibit, JAWS: The Art of Fear in Filmmaking.
Presented as a pictorial guidebook to the exhibit, this 124-page catalog features high-quality images of items from Production Designer Joe Alves’ personal archive, many which were on display at the exhibit: original concept drawings, hand-rendered storyboards, production photos, and more. It’s a unique collection of rare artifacts from one of the world’s most talked-about films.
This high-quality French-flap volume measures 9″ x 10.5″ and is printed on glossy paper stock in full color and black and white. It’s a must-have for any JAWS fan or film student.
There are very few of these catalogs left, these from a limited print run that was previously only available through the Catalina Island Museum. Now you can get a copy (or two!) direct from JoeAlvesMovieArt.com, while they last.
NOTE: Regretfully, we cannot offer signed editions at this time, but we are offering these at a reduced price, while supplies last. Thank you.