Fruit

Fruit

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Examines why fruits exist and how their short lives are critical to the natural order. Features razor-sharp cross-sections by visual artist Rob Kesseler using special light and scanning electron microscopy to create astonishing images of a variety of fruits and the seeds they shelter.
Publisher: San Rafael, California : Earth Aware Editions, 2013
Copyright Date: ©2011
ISBN: 9781608872817
1608872815
Branch Call Number: 581.464 STUPPY
Characteristics: 264 pages : color illustrations, color photographs ; 21 x 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Kesseler, Rob
Papadakis, Alexandra

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ROB O'HAIRT
Sep 19, 2018

to my fellow liberry-folk:

i will put this as simply as i can : this book, FRUIT, is the most informative, beautiful and a fantastic revelation !!!! Anyone who disagrees w/ me means we are gonna have to fight !!!

-rob

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