Published on March 28th, 2012 | by Allie Terrell5
The Bible: Illustrated
I’m not one for art, but I love visualizations. Perhaps it’s the scientist in me. Either way, I was pleased when I found an individual illustration for each book of the Bible by Jim LePage. I’ll go ahead and admit that I love pretty much all of them, but a few of my favorites are below:
If you were at Mass today, you may even remember this little bit from the first reading:
Related, Jonathan Ogden has a set of illustrations out, but this time, it’s classy typographic prints of particular Bible verses. Two of my favorites are below:
I highly encourage you to go check these out! You can even order prints of some of these illustrations. These are enough to make me want to take on a few art projects of my own for some of my favorite verses.
Are there any particular illustrations of books of the Bible or of a particular verse that you enjoyed? Share it in the comments! Link it up for others to see.
[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’]http://www.ignitumtoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Picture-038-e1313148209919.jpg[/author_image] [author_info]Allie Terrell is a 2010 convert to Catholicism after dabbling in a few different trains of religious thought. She graduated from Rose-Hulman in 2009 with a degree in computer science, and is now pursuing her doctorate in the hopes of teaching some day. When she can spare a few hours, Allie likes to visit religious sites and work on her photography. She blogs about her journeys at Here Is The Church.[/author_info] [/author]