Eyes over Africa XXL, Collector's Edition No. 1 - 300

Eyes over Africa XXL, Collector's Edition No. 1 - 300

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Eyes over Africa XXL, Collector's Edition No. 1 - 300 by Michael Poliza

In 2006, to fulfill a long-held dream, widely acclaimed photographer Michael Poliza and friend Stefan Breuer undertook a helicopter journey across Africa. Skimming close to the ground, they flew over 19 countries. Poliza's alluring-and often surprising-photographs share this exceptional journey with the world. With a bird's-eye view, we witness the astounding beauty, scale and diversity of this imposing continent. The accompanying texts give a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the photographs, and brief background to some of the most fascinating subject matters.

Michael Poliza is a true adventurer. Most recently, millions have been following his expeditions via the Internet. He spends much of each year in Africa, and is a pioneer in the use of digital photography for illustrated books.

Limited to 300 individually numbered copies, each signed by Michael Poliza.
Accompanied by a high-quality original lithography print in 21 7/8 x 17 1/4 in., each in a numbered edition of 300, signed by Michael Poliza.
Specially packaged in a handcrafted box upholstered in ultra-suede.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783832792237
Publisher: teNeues Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/09/2007
Edition description: XXL Collector's Edition no. 1-300
Product dimensions: 25.50(w) x 30.60(h) x 4.50(d)

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Eyes over Africa XXL, Collector's Edition No. 1 - 300 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
This is a stunning volume, outstanding photography from a perspective few will ever enjoy. The book is HUGE and requires a sturdy table to support it will viewing.