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Pictura showcases a stunning range of art to collect and admire and encourages beginning to advanced artists to put their own stamp of creativity on the artwork by coloring it in. Its unique accordion foldout format makes it an attractive decorative piece that…

Dragon Art

by John Howe

|September 1, 2013

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Dragon Art is a stunning survey of amazing contemporary fantasy artwork, specifically of dragons - that most popular of fantasy creatures. The inspirational foreword is by fantasy legend and Lord of the Rings film concept artist John Howe. The 'Masters of Dragon…

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Regarnis la pipe. Si je dois raconter cette histoire comme il faut, j’aurai besoin de son aide. C’est bien. Non, inutile de rajouter une bûche dans le feu. Laisse-le mourir. Il y a pire que l’obscurité. Ecoute la taverne grincer et gémir dans son sommeil ! Ce ne…

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In this powerful study of the anointing of the Holy Spirit, Bishop John Howe exhorts the church to embrace a comprehensive view of the life-changing power available for all followers of Christ. This inspired exposition presents the larger picture of the Spirit at…

The Future

by Marc Auge

|February 3, 2015

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For Marc Augé, best-selling author of Non-Places , the prevailing idea of “the Future” rests on our present fears of the contemporary world. It is to the future that we look for redemption and progress; but it is also where we project our personal and apocalyptic…

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Numerous writers have made declarations of love to cities, but Against Venice speaks not of love, but of dislike. It is a counterblast to intellectuals who regard Venice as the city where existentialism should be experienced, at parties in the palazzi of friends.…