Princeton Architectural Press, 9781616890766, 126pp.
Publication Date: March 28, 2012
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Praise For Bee…
"As Verlyn Klinkenborg writes in his introduction to Fisher's book, Bee, 'there's nothing general about a honeybee'-and her photographs bear that out." -- LightBox, Time magazineThe images in Bee are the kind of machine-made line work Durer himself would've envied, infusing tiny creatures and surfaces with the depth, insight and majesty they deserve. -- Discover.comFrom photographer Rose-Lynn Fisher comes BEE - an incredibly artful, thoughtful exploration of the beautiful complexity of bees and the larger natural patterns it bespeaks. Fisher blends the immaculate scientific precision of electron microscope imaging with the aesthetic sensibility of art photography to produce 128 pages of breathtaking revelation that expands the boundaries of how we think about these remarkable creatures and nature at large. BEE is without a doubt one of the most visually stunning, conceptually ambitious photography books of the year. - Brainpickings.org"Princeton Architectural Press has done it again, producing a book that is as beautiful and tactile as it is thought-provoking and educational." -- Make magazine"BEE is another kind of book altogether- a work of art celebrating science, or science celebrated in art." -- American Bee Journal