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Fruit: Edible, Inedible, Incredible (compact edition) Hardcover – 7 Oct 2013
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About the Author
Wolfgang Stuppy is the Seed Morphologist at Kew's Millennium Seed Bank Partnership, a large international plant conservation initiative. He has a doctorate in comparative seed morphology and anatomy. After joining the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in 1999 to work on plant conservation, he transferred to the Millenium Seed Bank in 2002. Rob Kesseler is a visual artist and Professor of Ceramic Art & Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. Collaborating with scientists, his work inhabits a territory where design, fine art and applied art overlap. From 2001 - 2004 he was NESTA Fellow at Kew and continues to work with Wolfgang Stuppy on an examination of microscopic plant material. He is a Fellow of the Linnean Society and of the Royal Society of Arts. In 2010 he was appointed Research Fellow at the Gulbenkian Science Institute. His work has been exhibited around the world.
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The designer has not considered the comfort of the reader. Expect eyestrain as you try to read it. The glossary, bibliography and index are black text on white, but the font is the tiniest I've seen.
A big disappointment, as the information is terrific, but who wants to read an unreadable book? They have made a coffee table picture book out of a what should have been a useful scientific reference work.