Professional conceptual artist Shae Shatz (Logan, The Jungle Book) has updated his official website with concept art he created for Paul Feig's Ghostbusters remake. The artwork features multiple designs for the Conductors of the Metaphysical Examination's PKE Meter, which helps them track ghosts, and Ghost Trap, which helps tem capture evil spirits. Shatz also helped design Rowan North's evil lair and the device he invented that amplifies paranormal energy.
"Ghostbusters was an amazing opportunity to work with a great group of talent," Shatz wrote. "Upon working with Production Designer Jefferson Sage, we quickly focused on developing a visual language for the Ghostbusters equipment. Starting with the Rat Trap, we were searching for solutions that would support Ghostbusters modest roots through objects that were built out of repurposed and often heavy-duty electronics. With these pillars in mind fellow Illustrator Annis Naeem and I were collaborating closely to create consistency between the objects he was designing and the ones I was making."
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