‘Dune’ concept art shows the evolution of David Lynch’s sci-fi vision

David Lynch’s 1984 adaptation of Dune is an ambitious, sprawling, messy work of visual art. No wonder it’s a classic — though many will argue about how successfully, it took Frank Herbert’s vision of a feudal Near Eastern-esque society with all the trappings of science fiction and shot it for the big screen with some big names. (Remember Sting playing the villain?) Author Ron Miller served as production illustrator for the film, and amassed a sizable collection of sketches, production…

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