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 icography--from the illuminators of the Middle Ages to modern-day artwork and advertising pieces--this vital resource encourages creative thinkers from all religious backgrounds to rediscover their work as sacred. Beautiful and abundant illustrations, coupled with passionately written text, challenge the ways in which we view religious artwork and imagery.
Daniel Kantor is the founder, principal, and creative director of KantorGroup, an award-winning strategic brand communications consultancy serving a broad range of national corporate clients. KantorGroup was the principal design consultant for Evangelical Lutheran Worship -- Pew Edition, the core resource used by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.