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Manners of Mind: A Fresh Stroll Through the Davmandy Collection
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Return to the Davmandy Collection for another rich sampling of exquisite digital artwork. Dozens of layered photo-effects and countless hours of experimentation have culminated in this all new set of... More > more than 60 full color illustrations, based on impressions of Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Samoa, Canada, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and Malta. A unique and enchanting alchemy of cultures and styles, "Manners of Mind" is truly a lavish treat for lovers of travel and the fine arts.< Less
The Eye's Mind: A Stroll Through the Davmandy Collection
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The Rockies to the Carpathians, Nagasaki to Prague, the backwoods of New Zealand to the Australian surf, this is a trip around the world with a difference... The Davmandy Collection takes the... More > excitement of travel as a departure point for the imaginative use of sophisticated photomanipulation software. The results are sometimes surprising, sometimes whimsical, never boring. Treat yourself to this enjoyable sampling of over 60 images from the collection.< Less
Lao Tsu's Tao Te Ching With 81 Mandalas In Full Color
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Image of Intangibility: A Synergy of Lao Tsu's Tao Te Ching and 108 Mandalas
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The aesthetics of the mandala and the subtle power of the Tao create a unique opportunity for personal transformation. Combining the literary impact of materials from "A Fresh Look at the Way... More > and its Virtues" with the artistic impact of 108 mandalas, this synergy of sacred circles and text is a potent tool for holistic meditation. The result is a book that at once soothes the mind while feeding the soul!< Less
Survivors: The A-bombed Trees of Hiroshima
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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, built at what was once the hypocenter of an atomic blast, is the most visible sign of the city’s renaissance as a force for peace in 21st century politics. But it... More > is not the only reminder of the spirit of Hiroshima. Less well-known are the scores of “survivors” dotting the metropolitan landscape. These treasured trees, shrubs, and groves date from before the bombing on August 6th 1945. They were spared from annihilation, and are now carefully tended by the schools, homes, temples, and shrines entrusted by fate with their care. Based on a three-year stay in the city by the authors, this pictorial journey into the heart of Hiroshima documents more than 50 sites and 75 trees. There are maps, bilingual place names and addresses, snapshots of local culture, and overviews of each species of plant. Never-before published translations of essays by the a-bomb survivor Tamiki Hara are also included as meditations on the meaning of peace in difficult times.< Less
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