A garden of earthly delights is in bloom!Within the mysterious world of microscopic plants lies an exciting source of design. The proof is in this amazing collection of images, a splendid mix of art and science, brimming with life forms as fascinating as any abstract art. From undulating curves to co... read more
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A garden of earthly delights is in bloom!Within the mysterious world of microscopic plants lies an exciting source of design. The proof is in this amazing collection of images, a splendid mix of art and science, brimming with life forms as fascinating as any abstract art. From undulating curves to complex geometrics, this beautiful book and CD set features 364 detailed illustrations of nature's minute but magnificent handiwork. These royalty-free images are a wonderful reference for science illustrators—and designers ready to leap into new worlds of the imagination.
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