San Francisco -based artist Joe Roberts will be releasing his second book, The book features a foreword by journalist and documentarian Hamilton Morris (Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia on Viceland) as well as a conversation with gallerist and actor Leo Fitzpatrick (director of Marlborough Contemporary).Read More →

Colour vista

One of the most important parts of the design is how you choose your colour. This is due to different colours can convey a different meaning.Read More →

Canadian author and illustrator Ashley Spires remind children and (big kids) about the importance of resilience.  Her illustrated Children’s book the Most Magnificent Thing is about a little girl who has in her mind a magnificent projectRead More →

Luis Bustamante - New Perspectives

Luis Bustamante has a refined and very sophisticated style and has been working for over thirty years. This book shows his latest projects from the last five years, in places such as London, Miami, Madrid, Aspen, Cantabria, Marbella, Mexico City, Barcelona, The Hamptons and St Moritz, among others. His passion for art has developed a style that fits perfectly with art collectors around the world. Luis Bustamante’s fundamental concern has always been to generate relationships. Not only are the spaces he designs intended to achieve this, but he aspires to it with his clients. Bustamante understands design in the best possible way: as extraordinary living art.Read More →

Gustav Klutsis Book Cover

Gustav Klutsis was a Latvian artist and graphic, poster and applied arts designer. Born in 1895 Klutsis was a devoted supporter of the Boshevik regime and he was a member of the communist party. He was considered the pioneer of photomontage in the Soviet Union and an acclaimed graphic designer and painter. Klutsis was one of the earliest artists to use the photomontage technique for visual propaganda.  He subsequently emerged as a brilliant creator of Stalinist political art.Read More →

1950's Math Book

In the latest issue of my newsletter, The Magnet, I wrote about some of my favourite old kids’ science books: A long time ago I read a good piece of advice in The Whole Earth Review: a children’s book to learn about a topic. Ever since then I’ve been adding kids’ science books to my home library. I’m biased toward books from the 1950s and 60s because the illustrations are excellent and the writing is straightforward (though sometimes the information can be out of date).Read More →

The scope of interior design book is of unlimited appeal post COVID19.  Around the world, we have been confined to our homes.  These spaces have become so important as they encapsulate our work and personal life.  The current selection of books will help you create that sacred space.Read More →

Tea house China

Specializing in pesticide-free tea, TEA MASTER is a new modern teahouse located in Hangzhou, China, that was designed by kooo architects.Read More →

Synchronised Swimmers

New photographs from Slovakian artist Mária Švarbová ( previously ) continue her exploration of strangely melancholy poolside scenes.Read More →

Children will see how Matisse used nothing but paper and scissors to create simple shapes like squares, leaves and birdsRead More →

Cats Galore

Includes an array of cat characters take the starring roles in a variety of instantly recognizable settings. This compilation features feline re-imaginings of scenes from art, theatre, opera, ballet and filmsRead More →

Girl with a Dove by Picasso

A Blank Book Journal or Diary to keep thoughts and ideas. Bound paperback book with 150 grayscale lined and numbered pages to fill any way you want. The book opens easily for comfortable writing with ample margins for extra notations or doodling. Perfect for bullet journaling. Art on cover isRead More →

365 days of art

365 Days of Art is an inspiring journal designed to help readers and budding artists nurture their creativity and explore their feelings through the medium of art. Featuring an activity for every day of the year,Read More →

How to Be an Artist: The New York Times bestseller Hardcover

by Jerry Saltz Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Jerry Saltz is here to show you how to bring art and creativity into your life, with irreverent, inspiring and priceless pieces of advice on getting on in art. As the witty and passionate chief art critic for New York magazine, Jerry Saltz is oftenRead More →

Cottage and Cabin Ideas

Filled with hundreds of colour photographs, this comprehensive handbook in the highly successful 150 Best design series showcases the latest in successful small house design from some of today’s most distinguished international architects and designers.Read More →

Filled with hundreds of colour photographs, this comprehensive handbook in the highly successful 150 Best design series showcases the latest in successful small house design from some of today’s most distinguished international architects and designers. Bursting with ideas for designing, building, and decorating, this outstanding compendium features an extensive collectionRead More →

brain pain skin baby neuroscience

Skin-to-skin contact between a parent and newborn reduces how strongly a baby’s brain responds to pain. Source: Parental Touch Reduces Pain Responses in Babies’ Brains You may also be interested in Anne Geddes Little Blessings  by Anne Geddes ANNE GEDDES LITTLE BLESSINGS is a beautiful new gift book featuring theRead More →

Interaction of Color by Josef Albers illustration

Interaction of Color is Josef Albers masterwork and is one of the significant works on the nature and use of colour in art.  It is indispensable as a guide for artists, instructors, and students. John Ruskin, the Victorian art critic, said of colour: “Every hue throughout your work is alteredRead More →

Japanese Concert Poster

Japanese Concert Poster: Neighborhood and the Surrounding. Daisuke Maeda, Contsu TodaRead More →

Iceland Calendar: With Large Cells Calendar Grid, featuring Iceland Landscapes, Coasts, Mountains, Waterfalls and Wild AnimalsRead More →