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Wednesday
Oct092013

« Here's the Book Cover to Look For »

Does the art catch your eye? We hope so. Does it give clues to the content of the book? It does.

Hats off to artist Marcelo Radulovich for creating this cover for the book that will be available in a few more weeks. Marcelo listened carefully as Michael Johnson and I talked with him in several phone conversations. Check Marcelo’s website to see both his musical and visual artistic talents. Santiago, Chile, is his birthplace.

Leave your interpretations of the art in the “Comments” below. We can let each other know what we see and feel as we let this cluster of images have their say.

For me, I see the blue planet in the dark glasses, but it’s shaded out. The consumerist images dominate, getting into our heads and muddling our worldview. Doing what we think of as Progress can so subtily separate us from our humanness. The image here is of a person, but the humanness has been displaced and covered over. What seems to improve our lives has illusion mingled in. If the blue planet in the center of the eyes can come into clear vision, will the illusion separate from reality for me?

Now it’s your turn. What do you see?

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Reader Comments (1)

At a distance the Earth reflected in the dark glasses looks likes its covered with dollar signs. When I got up close I could see the continents, but the impression had been made that the Earth is ruled by money.
October 12, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGerald Iversen

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