(written from a Production point of view)
|Published:||1 October 2011|
Star Trek Vault: 40 Years From The Archives is a large-format reference book, written by Scott Tipton. Produced by becker&mayer! and published by Abrams Books, the illustrated coffee-table book features removable reproductions of memorabilia and artifacts from the various Star Trek series, in a similar vein to the Star Wars Vault.
- Publisher's description
- When Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek was cancelled from network television in 1969, few could have guessed that, more than four decades later, Star Trek would have become one of the most popular and enduring entertainment properties of all time. Yet, after finding success in syndication during the 1970s, the world of Star Trek has grown to encompass six television series, 11 feature films, and countless novels, comic books, and video games.
- Star Trek Vault charts this remarkable history, covering the franchise's first 40 years. Fully illustrated with more than 350 images, and including 14 interactive reproductions of the most fascinating memorabilia – on-set signage, concept storyboards, blueprints for Picard's captain's chair, and uniform badges from the original series – Star Trek Vault provides a broad perspective on the voyages of Captains Kirk, Picard, Sisko, Janeway, and Archer. The ultimate treasure trove of Star Trek imagery and memorabilia, Star Trek Vault is sure to appeal to both the casual and the die-hard fan.