Texas in 3D

Book Description

Discover the history of the Lone Star state with this fun collection of 3D comics by Jeff Ambroziak and illustrator Leland Purvis. Put on your pair of 3D glasses (included) and watch as Texas's famous Texans, animals, sports, towns, and history jump off the page! The perfect souvenir for your trip or a gift for the proud Texan in your life!

About Ambroziak, Colby

Jeff Ambroziak is an attorney concentrating on corporate and patent law at the firm of Wiggin & Dana in New Haven. In 1997 Jeffrey and his brother Brian founded Ambroziak Third Dimension Technologies, wheren they developed the Ambroziak Infinite Perspective Projection, which is used to create three-dimensional maps. Ambroziak’s previous book was Infinite Perspectives: Two Thousand Years of Three-Dimensional Mapmaking (Princeton Architectural Press, 1999), for which Ray Bradbury provided the foreword.
Leland Purvis is an artist and craftsman currently working in graphite and pigments on paper, using pictures to tell stories. His major works in recent years have been graphic novels, historical fiction, largely aimed at younger readers. Purvis is an Eisner Award nominee and has produced graphic novels for Alladin, MacMillan, and Simon and Schuster. He lives in Portland, Oregon