Feng Zhu

6 Feng Zhu Recommended Books

Feng Zhu is a Chinese-American concept artist and designer, renowned for his imaginative and dramatic designs. He has created concept artwork for numerous films, games, and books, such as Titanfall 2, Star Wars, Star Trek, and Avatar. He has also served as a lecturer and instructor for the Academy of Art University, Gnomon School of Visual Effects, and the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television.

6 Books recommended by Feng Zhu

How To Draw

How To Draw

Drawing And Sketching Objects And Environments From Your Imagination

Author :Scott Robertson

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"[The author is] the BEST at this." - Feng Zhu [Source]

Hyperion

Hyperion

Hyperion Cantos, Book 1

Author :Dan Simmons

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"One of the best sci-fi books of our times." - Feng Zhu [Source]

Roadside Picnic

Roadside Picnic

Author :Arkady Strugatsky

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"I highly recommend it. Stalkers, alien artifacts and radioactive zones. Too much fun." - Feng Zhu [Source]

I Am Legend

I Am Legend

Author :Richard Matheson

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"The book which started the entire zombie/vampire apocalypse genre." - Feng Zhu [Source]

Perdido Street Station

Perdido Street Station

Bas-Lag, Book 1

Author :China Miéville

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"[One] of the most visual books I've ever read." - Feng Zhu [Source]

The Scar

The Scar

Bas-Lag, Book 2

Author :China Miéville

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"[One] of the most visual books I've ever read." - Feng Zhu [Source]

FAQs

Q1: What books are recommended by Feng Zhu?

Feng Zhu often recommends books on business, leadership, management, and strategy such as The Lean Start-up by Eric Ries, ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson, and Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't by Jim Collins.

A:The topics covered in these books range from leadership and management techniques, to application of technology and data, to how to build a successful business.

These book recommendations are useful for entrepreneurs, business owners, and managers looking for guidance on how to run their business better, as well as those looking for insights and inspiration to help them launch their own business.

Feng Zhu often suggests other resources, such as online courses and podcasts, to accompany the books he recommends. He also has an extensive library of online content available that offer further in-depth discussions and ideas.