Safari: A Photicular Book

Dan Kainen (Author) Carol Kaufmann (Author)
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Description

A magical journey. A safari in your hands.

Animals in living motion, as real as if you were there. The cheetah bounds, the lion charges. The African elephant snaps its ears.

Using unique Photicular technology, Safari is the adventure of a lifetime, and a book unlike any other.

Experience it for yourself.

Product Details

Price
$26.95  $24.79
Publisher
Workman Publishing
Publish Date
October 16, 2012
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.2 X 2.1 X 8.2 inches | 2.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780761163800

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About the Author

Dan Kainen is an artist, designer, and inventor living in New York City. He is the creator of the bestselling Photicular books Safari, Ocean, Polar, Jungle, and Wild. His website is DanKainen.com.

While working with some of the pioneers of holography, Dan created a special spotlight that was used by Soho's Museum of Holography to light holograms. The related field of holography led to Dan's interest in lenticular art and, in turn, after nearly a decade of research and experimentation, to the creation of his "Motion Viewer," his third patent in that field and the inspiration for Safari and the other Photicular books.

Carol Kaufmann is the author of 97 Ways to Make a Cat Like You and co-author of the bestselling Photicular books Safari, Ocean, and Polar (Oct. 2015). A freelance writer and editor, her work for National Geographic and other publications has taken her to all corners of the globe, from the Pacific Ocean's floor to the top the Atlas Mountains. In addition to National Geographic, her writing has appeared in the New York Times' Draft column, Reader's Digest, where she was the National Affairs Reporter, The Washington Post, George, and in the anthology A Woman's Europe. She is also the author of the ebook, MamaTricks. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

Reviews

"An imaginative interpretation of the real thing."

--Audubon magazine


"Lenticular technology takes a big leap forward with this virtual safari."

--PW magazine

--Entertainment Weekly

"Shots of cheetahs, rhinos, and gazelles spring to life as the pages turn."

--Entertainment Weekly

--Audubon magazine