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The Story of Life: Evolution (Extended Edition)

By: Katie Scott(Illustrator), Ruth Symons(Author)
80 pages, colour illustrations
The Story of Life: Evolution (Extended Edition)
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This new extended edition of Story of Life is the perfect gift for those with a love of the natural world. Wander the galleries – open 365 days a year – and discover a collection of curated exhibits on every page, accompanied by informative text. Each chapter features key species from a different geological era with fantastic new artwork from Katie Scott.

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Katie Scott graduated from University of Brighton in 2011. Her work draws influences from traditional medical and botanical illustration, both in aesthetic and subject matter. Her work plays with the ideas of scientific uncertainty and speculation, fabricating the inner and outer workings of the world. Her illustrations depict a familiar yet fantasy vision of plants, humans and minerals.

By: Katie Scott(Illustrator), Ruth Symons(Author)
80 pages, colour illustrations
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