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At first glance, conceptual artist Paula McCartney's Bird Watching seems to be an exemplary bird-watching journal. Handwritten notations recording species, location, size, and markings describe flawlessly composed photos of perching birds in their natural settings. McCartney has enhanced her atmospheric landscapes by adding synthetic decorative birds purchased at craft stores. Featuring a design that mimics the tactility of a real journal and including essays by Darius Himes and Karen Irvine, this book will appeal to the dreamy naturalist in all of us.
Princeton Architectural Press
Since 1981, Princeton Architectural Press has built its foundation on smart and beautiful reading material that evokes wonder and curiosity about the world around us. Founded by Kevin Lippert, the New York City-based publishing house has released over 1000 titles that highlight emerging talents in architecture, design, photography, landscape, and visual culture.