The Designer's Book of Change

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Humanics Publishing Group, Nov 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 176 pages
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The Designer's Book of Change, which is based upon the I Ching, is the third in a trilogy of works by Carl Garant dedicated to the investigation, interpretation and definition of the phenomenon we've come to describe as design. The author explores the relationship between design, change and the power inherent in the design process. The Designer's Book of Change critically explores the dynamics between meaning, purpose and its relationship to change. Drawing upon nearly thirty years of research and investigation Garant presents his most revealing observations concerning the design phenomenon. By demonstrating design's powerful influence on how we perceive reality and interpret the world, he unveils design's role in the creative process, its relationship to self-fulfillment and relevance to day to day encounters. Garant argues that design, which gives substance to the Tao through symbolic means, has always afforded us the most appropriate vehicles at the most appropriate times solely for the purpose of expanding our consciousness.

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