Photographs by ALBERT WATSON

Cyclops, a landmark publication in the history of contemporary illustrated bookmaking, presented highlights of twenty-five years of work by the world-renowned Scottish-born photographer Albert Watson. The book showcased Callaway’s electronic prepress and printing innovations and book-making prowess. The radical design introduced the world in book form to David Carson. Condé Nast editorial director James Truman wrote the introduction. “With this spectacular book, a talent whose presence may have been taken for granted has staked a powerful claim.” – the New Yorker

1994 literary market place award: best designed book of the year

US co-publisher: Bulfinch Press/Little, Brown

Co-editions: UK, Germany, Italy

11 x 14 inches

192 pages (with 5 fold-outs)

246 quadratone plates