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In the second instalment of Huw Lewis Jones’s hilarious new series of picture books, a truly terrible piece of fruit is once more wreaking havoc.

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Uh oh… Bad Apple is back!

In the second instalment of Huw Lewis Jones’s hilarious new series of picture books, a truly terrible piece of fruit is once more wreaking havoc.

Get to know Bad Apple

New releases

In Camera - Francis Bacon

Photography, Film and the Practice of Painting Martin Harrison
£30.00

Forever Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter, Margit Erb, Michael Parillo, Otake Akiko
£19.99

Vo Trong Nghia: Building Nature

Vo Trong Nghia, Philip Jodidio
£50.00

Face Time

A History of the Photographic Portrait Mr Phillip Prodger
£30.00
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An ‘indomitable sense of self’: The unshakable photography of Zanele Muholi

When faced with the entire history of an artistic practice, where does one begin? Here, Phillip Prodger, author of ‘Face Time: A History of the Photographic Portrait’, shares his experience of meeting Zanele Muholi, whose fierce, magnetic work he knew must be included in the book.
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Exquisitely beautiful books on the life and work of William Morris

Immerse yourself in the world of the iconic Arts & Crafts designer with these stunning books that bring his vibrant patterns to life.
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Quentin Blake on imagination, inspiration & the beauty of a biro

Legendary illustrator Quentin Blake sits down with House of Illustration Deputy Chair Claudia Zeff to chat ‘Quentin Blake: A Year of Drawings’, an uplifting portfolio of previously unpublished work and a powerful testament to pandemic creativity.
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Podcast: What should an art museum be?

In this episode, ‘The Art Museum in Modern Times’ author Charles Saumarez Smith takes us inside the world’s leading galleries, exploring the ‘Disneyfication’ of the art museum, how architecture influences art, the uniquely contemporary role of the museum café, and why COVID might have lasting impacts on curatorial creativity.
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The turbulent life of Frida Kahlo: Chronic pain and boundless creativity

A life-changing accident, an axe-wielding assassin, a tempestuous relationship and more. Discover the remarkable story of Frida Kahlo, whose life and work were shaped by physical and emotional suffering.
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Podcast: Sex work’s enthralling hidden history

In this fascinating and illuminating episode, sex historian and Whores of Yore creator Dr. Kate Lister explores the subject of her brand new book ‘Harlots, Whores & Hackabouts’, centring the voices of sex workers in a history too often laden with myth, stereotype and stigma.

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