The Naked Eye (Hardback)
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The Naked Eye (Hardback)

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Hardback 254 Pages / Published: 01/11/2013
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An exploration of visual phenomena, The Naked Eye is a treasure trove of unusual images from across the world, all the more extraordinary for being real, all the more fascinating for existing without computer manipulation. Some images are the works of artists and visionary architects, some showcase incredible natural phenomena, and others are incredible images snapped by chance at the perfect moment.

Publisher: Booth-Clibborn Editions
ISBN: 9781861543400
Number of pages: 254
Weight: 701 g
Dimensions: 216 x 165 mm

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Hardback

“The Naked Eye”

There's lots of crazy, unbelievable pictures in this book, some of them optical illusions, some deliberately set-up and others just genuinely bizarre but very real things.
Alongside the images Saatchi inserts... More

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“Could not put down”

Another great book from Saatchi.
Great pictures and a great read. You will not be disappointed.

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“Pictures worth a 1000 words”

Lured in by the notion of illusive images and the tricks they can play on the mind, as well as the imaginative ideas artists and photographers have to achieve these effects, this book duly has some astounding images... More

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