Waking a Leviathan

The Resurrection of an Atlanta Icon

A Photojournal by Dustin Grau

“Explore what existed at the historic Sears Roebuck & Co. building in Atlanta, Georgia as it transforms into Ponce City Market. Located on the site of the namesake Ponce de Leon springs and amusement park, this visual journal documents several of the former southeast icon's changes from 2008 to 2015.”

"Waking a Leviathan" is a self-published photojournal made available through Blurb. A physical copy is available as a print-on-demand book in two size options: regular and large. For those that prefer a more lightweight version, an ePub-format eBook is also available for download. A full preview of the book is available for viewing by following either link to a printable copy.

View more exclusive images and backstory here in the journal "Journey to the Center of a Leviathan" which details the major events from 2008-2016 leading up to the creation of this book.
Through August 1st, 2016 all proceeds will be donated to the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership's "Light the Line" campaign. This amount is $10 per printed book and $3.99 per eBook (the remaining amount for each publication type represents Blurb's printing and/or distribution costs). For your benefit, please note that Blurb regularly offers discount codes which can provide the opportunity to greatly reduce printing costs of your book, while maintaining the full donated amount.
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