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Graphic Design and Religion: A Call for Renewal

4.29 of 5 stars 4.29  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Ideal for graphic designers, illustrators, artists, and clergy alike, this thorough exploration of sacred art transcends the discussion of symbols and aesthetics in order to seek a truly spiritual way of seeing. By drawing a comparison between many different eras of religious iconography—from the illuminators of the Middle Ages to modern-day artwork and advertising pieces— ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Gia Publications
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Curt Ellis
Great book and example of how design can impact worship and mass communication. This book is definitely a must for and designers library.
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Liked it so much, I gave it to my daughter-in-law.
Kailash Maharaj
Brilliant! A must for all designers.
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