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Peter Murray has been a packager since 1980 and has designed and produced hundreds of books and magazines that have sold around the world. He has published books for FIFA, the IOC, the Rugby Union Board, the International Cricket Board, NASA and Formula One. In 2006, Peter introduced the 3D tactile ...
Mankind has spent millennia seeking out and discovering locations that deliver more than just mere scenery or a place to settle and raise a family, and evidence of that search remains in religious shrines, secluded cities, stunning landscapes and architectural wonders that continue to inspire long after those who first visited have left. In Europe, castles, lakes and waterfalls punctuate a fairy-tale landscape, while monasteries and ancient ruins alike tower over modern landscapes, and pilgrimage routes are sought after destinations for the faithful today as they once were centuries ago.
But spirituality is not confined to religious monuments alone. Ecosystems filled with life seen nowhere else on Earth are also areas of fascination that attract visitors annually - beguiling all with earthly wonders, mesmerising wildlife and landscapes that render all who visit as awestruck.
Magnificent temples, sacred rivers, mausoleums, statues and deep, dark rain forests, continue to fascinate, mystify and stimulate mankind today as they did in the past. Our spiritual destinations today embody our endless thirst for knowledge and truth on the most fascinating planet of all - Earth.
Peter Murray has been a packager since 1980 and has designed and produced hundreds of books and magazines that have sold around the world. He has published books for FIFA, the IOC, the Rugby Union Board, the International Cricket Board, NASA and Formula One. In 2006, Peter introduced the 3D tactile book to the world with the launch of World Cup Football. The addition of numerous titles to the 3D range resulted in global sales in their millions in many languages. In 2013 the 3D brand (TOOTS) was sold and the Murray Books team created the Paper Allsorts brand as a gift line to co-exist alongside its books. Between 2015 and 2016, Murray Books created over 100 new book titles and sold over 500,000 books in Australia alone.