In this, the ultimate crib book for landscape photographers, Chuck Kimmerle breaks landscape photography down into 60 manageable chunks. This is ideal for those who have mastered the basics of photography but w... read more
For anyone who's considered joining the tribe of the tattooed. This fun, fact-filled, fascinating guide includes information on choosing the perfect tattoo, finding a tattoo artist, staying health-conscious, long-term effects, and much more.
The astoundingly vibrant three-dimensional paper artworks in this book will stop paper art fans of all levels in their tracks. After the initial amazement, enjoy trying this method yourself, expanding your skills at your own pace with highly regarded artist Yu... read more
Recreate memories of the seaside with simple sewing, papercraft, crochet and knitting projects using beautiful Tilda fabrics, yarn and embellishments. Be inspired by life at the beach and in the ocean to make gifts, toys and pretty accessories for your home. From adorab... read more
This consideration of Hockney's work from 1960 to the early nineties dispels myths and opens up new lines of inquiry concerning his contributions to post-modern art. Filled with beautiful colour plates of his paintings, the book draws on extensive research and the artist'... read more
This is a treasure trove of information about the fashion icons who have created modern style for men, with advice on what to wear and how to wear it.
|Author:||Francesca Pollock (Preface by); Robyn Lea (Photographer, Text by); Helen A. Harrison (Foreword by)|
Art & Craft
Jackson Pollock the artist needs no introduction--but perhaps lesser known is Jackson Pollock the gardener, baker, and dinner-party host. From starters and entrees to side dishes, breads, and desserts, Dinner with Jackson Pollock features more than fift... read more
From single-panel comics to full-blown graphic novels, there are dozens of ways to use comics to tell a story. And whether kids want to write or draw something funny or scary, long or short, made-up or true-to-life, cartoonist and author Brian... read more
If you want to solidly get into drawing, you could not encounter anybody better than András Szunyoghy. His decades of experience as an artist and tutor predestine him for the creation of a basic rulebook for the learning of this old art. In a similarly playful and systematic manner... read more
Reg Grundy is one of the key figures in the history of television, known in his native Australia and around the world for his successes as a producer and entrepreneur. Fewer are familiar with Grundy's photographic talents, which were first recognised and em... read more
Across Japan, women and men are rediscovering the kimono. Comfortable, versatile and easily adapted to reflect one's personal style, the kimono is the perfect canvas from which to create a head-turning ensemble for any occasion. While exploring the origins and evolution of this tradition... read more