Misha de Ridder's Wilderness displays lushly photographed flora isolated in nature alternates with enlarged details from the wilderness.
Compositions that emphasize the four-color separation methods used in commercial printing. The detail pages encourage an appreciation for the graphic qualities of the quiet views of undeveloped nature where tree bark ridges and layered flowering branches become organic patterns. The book's pages are perforated for easy removal as the included images can be assembled to create two wall-sized installations
16 x 21 cm