Facts & Arguments: Flat Stanley’s World

Flat 2D sight binocular vision, Facts & Arguments Page, Globe and Mail

 

Here’s a little piece I illustrated for the Facts & Arguments page, printed in today’s Globe & Mail. The story is about a man who had surgery to correct his crossed eyes at the age of five, only to find out it was too late for his brain to process binocular vision by then. He goes onto explain what it’s like to live in a 2D world.

Thanks goes to Matthew French for this assignment :)

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