San Francisco: Arion Press, 1980. Limited Edition No. 260 of 275 copies. Hardcover. SIGNED by Andrew Hoyem, the printer and by author Ray Bradbury who wrote the Introduction titled "Flatland Revisited." Tall 4to. 14 by 7", accordion-fold of 56 folded panels. Illustrated by Hoyem with handcolored diecuts of geometric shapes. Printed on T.H. Saundrs hot-press finish, mould-made paper. Bound in aluminum covers, in a hinged and clasped aluminum container. The book slides out and the text panels unfolds to a 33-foot panorama, printed on both sides. Instruction sheet laid in. The seventh book produced by the Arion Press. A fine copy. Item #19623
"A satire about a two-dimensional world vexed by single- and multi-dimensionality that has been continuously in print since first published in 1884, enjoyed by young students of geometry and sophisticated physicists alike, and hailed as a precursor of science fiction. Andrew Hoyem's radical design and illustrations realize many implications of the book, such as: the "volume" can be opened out flat to form a thirty-foot plane; the plane-geometrical citizens of Flatland are infinitely thin (holes in paper); they cast shadows; their edges glow." - Arion Press.