My favorite Buddhist magazine cover ever?

Via elephant journal
on Sep 6, 2009
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tricycle magazine cover

Why? It’s modern, simple, I love this artist, and it depicts Buddhism not as something esoteric, exotic or spiritual, but as something extra-ordinary, something to be practiced in the middle of one’s everyday life.

So props, Tricycle:

tricycle magazine cover


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2 Responses to “My favorite Buddhist magazine cover ever?”

  1. roseanne says:

    This is a gorgeous cover! I love Adrian Tomine's illustrations ~ he's the perfect artist to depict how Buddhist practice can fit into everyday life.

  2. shanna says:

    love, love, love it!