Stella Gurney's Architecture According to Pigeons Shows Bird Perspectives

 - Jan 13, 2014
References: ca.phaidon & fancy
In the children’s book 'Architecture According To Pigeons,' Speck Lee Tailfeather explains that the reason you see so many pigeons around famous monuments isn’t because they are begging for food from tourists, they are just massive architecture fans. This adorable watercolor book is meant to be a kid’s guide to the world’s most famous buildings, but I wouldn’t judge anyone who wanted it for themselves.

In this book by Stella Gurney, a British pigeon takes the reader on a tour around the world to look at some truly amazing human achievements. Architecture According To Pigeons not only provides beautiful illustrations of famous buildings from a bird’s eye view, it also includes some interesting facts about the structures. Some of the places visited in its pages are the Colosseum, the Sydney Opera House and the Eiffel Tower.