26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
I bought this scanner late last year. It was extremely basic, no 'on-off' button, no 'quick scan' button, just simply a scanner. The look of the scanner is pretty ugly, with the 90's creamy plastic. But who's complaining, its a A3 scanner for under £200.
BUT! I had it all set up ready for it to go and when I had done my few first scans certain areas were not coming out clear. In closer inspection oil from the mechanism of the light had smeared onto the underside of the glass! I couldn't do anything. I was desperate to get some things scanned so i just placed them above where the smear was and the scan that come out were absolutely fine.
I had to send it back because it… Read more
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This shiny bright gold (which you lack to see in the image) book of Chris Ofili's work The Upper Room is more like an object of desire then just a book.
The writing which accompanies the images throughout is written by Dr Susanna Paisley. She is concise and fills your mind with wonderful facts about the nature and history of the Rhesus Macaque, which will certainly put a smile on your face, but leave you with wanting to know more I found.
The images of Ofili's paints are on a full page each. The images are of them when they were in the instillation. So you can fully see how the work was represented in the gallery space, there are lots of images at the back of the book… Read more