ACC Art Books
Wild World // Nature through an autistic eye
Alfie Bowen is an exceptionally talented young autistic photographer and wildlife activist. His latest project offers a glimpse into the private lives of numerous wild animals from across the globe and reveals the highs and lows of living as an autistic environmental campaigner.
Bowen’s photographs are truly breath-taking. Hours are invested into every piece to ensure the results are exactly as Bowen envisioned, and Bowen conducts in-depth research on every animal he captures, believing it is of the utmost importance to understand his subjects. In this book, Bowen discusses overcoming the limitations of technology and how autism has given him the obsession needed to persevere in often cold, lonely and difficult circumstances. From Bowen’s relation of his struggle to capture the perfect picture of a cheetah, to his majestic portraits of some of the most beloved animals on the planet, this book captures the powerful sensory experience Bowen enjoys whenever he immerses himself in nature.
Featured animals include: lions, cheetahs, leopards, tigers, snow leopards, Geoffrey’s cats, red pandas, chimpanzees, monkeys and colobuses, lemurs, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, zebras, deer, flamingos, eagles and other birds, and koi.
Hardcover, Paper Over Board
13.20"L x 11.58"W x 1.08"H
— Publisher: ACC Art Books
— ISBN: 9781788841238
— Published: 10th Nov 2021
— Binding: Hardback
— Territory: USA & Canada
— Pages: 228 Pages
— Illustrations: 50 Color, 95 B&W
— Weight: 4.54 lb
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