buchhund, May 13, 2007 (view all comments by buchhund)
More for adults because it is not splashy and some graphics are small. Eight representations of Escher's work are presented in black-and-white with one or two sentences of explanatory analysis by the artist himself. The eight presentations are: Ascending and Descending, Drawing Hands, Puddle, Hand with Reflecting Sphere, Mobius Strip II, Regular Division of the Plane V, Relativity, and Tower of Babel. An ideal way of realizing Escher's 2-dimensional images and fun for Escher fans.
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