It’s been a long road but we’re excited to say that Adam’s book is officially out! Huge thanks to everyone who helped make this a reality. We are completely floored by the attention and press the book has received, but more importantly, the renewed interest in this incredibly rare and scientifically valuable collection. In the past couple weeks we have been contacted by professors from across the country who have shed more light on the history of this collection. We are hopeful that the release of this book will reunite the collection with records and information that can be utilized in the future to help answer questions about our body’s most mysterious organ. A small gallery from the book is available on our website.
We’ll post updates in the future, but for now, here are links to just some of the press so far.
Stoked to be able to contribute to this issue. The whole package looks amazing.
Carla Delgado at Pentagram’s Austin office called us this summer and asked if we would be interested in photographing some abstracts of honey for World Wildlife Fund magazine food issue. Little did she know Adam has been a beekeeper for about two years and he jumped at the chance to bring some of the bees in the studio. We will publish more images from the honey/bee study in a later post, but for now, here’s the cover (first image is the front cover, second shows how the image wraps to the back), the inside reveal image, and a couple more from that days shoot. The rotting fruit dutch still life was also a blast to work on.
Made for O magazine
We LOVE this image. So simple, yet so clever.
I wish we could say it was our idea but it was not. Thanks TJ, Leslie, and the rest of the art crew at Texas Monthly for such a great visual and for letting us execute it.