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The Book of Change: Images and Symbols to Inspire Revelations and Revolutions (Hardcover)

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Stephen Ellcock, one of the world's most beloved digital curators, presents a collection of radically beautiful and provocative images designed to inspire reflection, revelation, and transformation.

Stephen Ellcock pairs hundreds of images, icons, and symbols spanning three thousand years of artistic creation with quotes from activists and writers to provoke reflection, revelation, and transformation. This eye-opening compendium highlights the environmental challenges facing our planet and the social injustice rampant in our societies, while offering hope that a better world is within our grasp. The artwork includes archival images from prominent and obscure artists, Renaissance paintings, counter-cultural iconography, documentary photography, and much more. Readers will walk away with new personal revelations that will motivate them to create change in the world.

About the Author

Stephen Ellcock is a London-based but world-renowned image hunter and social media art curator (@StephenEllcock), and the author of All Good Things: A Treasury of Images to Uplift the Spirit and Reawaken Wonder (2019).

Praise For…

"Stumbling upon Ellcock’s secret universe, one’s art receptors attach to new images with new meanings, and one experiences a shock of awakening. Known art has become too associated with reason, predictability, and control. Ellcock’s cabinet presents art in its wild elemental state, as a fiery series of symbols and images which are simultaneously alien and already-known."
- Whitehot Magazine

Product Details
ISBN: 9781648960260
ISBN-10: 164896026X
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Publication Date: November 9th, 2021
Pages: 288
Language: English
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Last Updated At: 6/27/2022 02:59pm