This month, a beautiful cloth-bound volume displaying some of legendary photographer William Eggleston’s most distinctly mysterious, often uncanny images of his surroundings comes out with William Eggleston: Mystery Of The Ordinary.

One of the first and certainly the most known photographers to have pioneered the paradigm shift of color photography being seen as fine art, Eggleston’s images elevate seemingly mundane symbols of daily life—a diner tablescape, a parking lot at night—to iconic, sometimes sublime vignettes of domesticity.

The book includes work spanning from the photographer’s early black-and-white pictures in the 1950s to his more recent color images and captures the full scope of Eggleston’s artistic evolution and legacy…out December 12th from Steidl, co-published with C/O Berlin, $65.