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Win The Art of Toy Story 3 From Chronicle Books Blog!

Getting your hands on The Art of Toy Story 3 might not be so easy these days…

Charles Solomon’s stunning coffee table book is so popular that Chronicle currently has it out-of-stock and is now reprinting. So if you still haven’t been able to purchase your copy, why not try your luck at it?

The Art of Toy Story 3 is up for grabs on Chronicle’s official blog! Entering couldn’t be easier: all you have to do is post a comment naming your favorite Toy Story character. One lucky winner will be picked at random by July 6th.

Note: As I write this, nobody has commented — shocking! Be the first!

Will you enter?

0 Responses to Win The Art of Toy Story 3 From Chronicle Books Blog!

  1. argh so hard to decide!!
    i love buzz & bo peep, but moreso buzz

    can i win for being first? =D

  2. bennifer3000 says:

    I would enter, but I already own a copy.
    Might enter for a family or friend.

    Also, if anyone hasn’t peeped it, here’s my Toy Story 3 review. It needs views badly.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I would say Ken. He was hilarious.

  4. coltonwill says:

    Woody. I mean seriously, who doesn’t like Woody?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Buzz – Spoiler Alert – Loved Spanish Buzz!

  6. martini833 says:

    Hey guys,

    Thanks for all the comments, but please remember to name your favorite Toy Story characters in the comments section of Chronicle’s blog to properly enter the contest. 🙂

    Sorry for any confusion.

  7. Anonymous says:

    It probably doesn’t appear as though anyone has commented as the comments on Chronicle’s blog mus first be approved by someone of higher authority before they actually are seen by the public’s eye.

    Just thought I’d put that out there and keep up the great work guys!

  8. martini833 says:

    Yeah, you’re probably right Last Anonymous. After people began saying that they commented here and nothing appeared on Chronicle’s site I started to suspect the same thing.

  9. uruseiranma says:

    Same as an above poster: bought my copy already at full price. Was in New York right after it came out. Needed something to tide me over between the early screening I saw and the upcoming release,so like a PIXAR ‘addict,’ bought it for $40. I’m still carrying it around and reading it over and over again.

    One of the ‘wordiest’ PIXAR making-of books, but I love how they go into detail in this book.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Hamm, Hamm, always Hamm

  11. loserb0i says:

    without a doubt, everything they do makes me laugh, they need more air time

  12. Anonymous says:

    I will enter!!!! I love Toy Story!!!

  13. Kyle says:

    Commented. Would be nice to win, as I cant really afford this book at the moment. I’m dying to see it. especially now that Ive seen the movie and no longer have to avoid spoilers.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Mr. Pricklepants was a great surprise personality. Hilarious!

    ~Courtney “Coco” Mault

  15. martini833 says:

    Thanks again for the great comments, but if you want to enter this contest you must remember to comment on Chronicle’s blog.

  16. lazy prince says:

    Picked up the book yesterday in Sydney. They were just unloading their shipment that was 2 weeks late. Fantastic presentation and the paper is a satin finish, very high quality. I sat up till 1am reading it this morning (bad idea as have to work today!!) It is wordy but every sentence is interesting. I picked up the “Art of Toy Story” book in 1996. It is a tiny little book about 4” square does anyone have this? Also does anyone know if they ever did a book ‘The art of TS2?

  17. Netbug009 says:

    Thanks for the heads up! I love art books. <3

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