The Best of National Geographic Diagrams and CutawaysBook - 1998
Today, National Geographic Society artists continue in this tradition, employing contemporary illustrative techniques to enlighten readers of Society publications. Throughout the Society's publishing history, beginning with the magazine's first issue in 1888, diagrams have played a key role -- explaining the hows and whys of the world. "Inside/Out" draws from this vast collection, showcasing a selection of the best diagrams and cutaways from the last 30 years.
Lavishly illustrated, the volume is divided into three sections:
"Beneath the Surface," which features cutaways that slice away exterior layers to reveal the hidden structure of objects -- from the Vatican's St. Peter's Basilica to the center of the earth.
"How Things Work," which displays the diagramm