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Virgin Atlantic, the British Film Institute and Christian Aid have all been reinvigorated by the graphic design brainwaves of Michael Johnson and he’s here to give you a step-by-step guide to creating a world-beating brand. This event if part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Martin Gayford discusses how he and David Hockney went about pulling together representations of 3D objects, people and places onto a flat surface for their book 'A History of Pictures'. This event is part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Scot McKendrick and Kathleen Doyle discuss 45 treasures and take us on a journey across medieval Europe to show some of its best but least-known paintings. Chaired by Rosemary Burnett. This event is part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Eric Broug, author of 'Islamic Design Workbook', shares his tips for drawing and colouring beautiful geometric designs. This event is part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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Susie Hodge helps you understand art in her new book 'Why is Art Full of Naked People?' This event is part of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

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To celebrate the publication of his new book 'Ronnie Wood: Artist', the rock‘n’roll legend will be signing copies at an exclusive evening event at Selfridges in London.

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Yuval Zommer, author and illustrator, will be sharing amazing facts about some beastly characters from his new book: lions, tigers, bears, hippos, hyenas and many, many more!

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Hear how this 35 year–old Syrian architect and mother of two, despite the destruction of large parts of her city, remained in Homs with her husband and children throughout the war.

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Stephen Anderton and Simon Seligman discuss the lives and work of great gardeners throughout history.

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Charles Saumarez Smith is a cultural historian and Secretary and Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Arts, previously Director of the National Portrait Gallery and the National Gallery.

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