Symbols of Love

Symbols of Love

Book - 2002
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How would you describe love? A feeling that escapes words, love is expressed eloquently through the visual language of symbols. Colorful and engaging, Symbols of Love strikes at the core of this elusive emotion and captures its essence by focusing on its most significant icons and symbols. Tackling everything from the traditional white wedding dress to the language of flowers, Symbols of Love documents signs and rituals in the United States and around the world. How do husbands in India rekindle passion with their wives? Why is the modern Japanese wedding cake made of rubber?

Fun and whimsical, Symbols of Love can be personalized. Place a picture of the one you love or a symbol of your choice in the gilded "frame" on the last page of the book and you have a perfect gift.

Publisher: New York : Assouline, 2002.
ISBN: 9782843232442
Branch Call Number: 302.2223 LEE
Characteristics: 96p. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Stoneman, Josh


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