A book that is beyond beautiful. The photos capture profound personalities.

- The Times

The lush and unique photography in this book represents contemporary style. Major initiative and lifelong project by photographer George Martin to make portraits of the world's various artists, poets, speakers, politicians and many other — especially those that are heard. His powerful message, conveyed with humor, compassion, and art.

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