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Extract: Photo Adventures

10 Jul, 2019

Photo Adventures is the perfect introduction to creative photography, encouraging children not to simply take photos, but to make them. Have a look at these images from the book to see how the book shows children how to bend reality with no more than a smartphone and playful outlook.

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Article: Is Gender Fluid?

10 Jul, 2019

We take a step back from the moral panic and agitated rhetoric to present the key facts on gender fluidity.

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Announcing: Supreme Glamour

05 Jul, 2019

Published to coincide with Motown's 60th anniversary, 'Supreme Glamour' charts the glittering story of Motown’s most successful act, The Supremes, and the original pop fashionistas.

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In this entry from Peter Furtado's new book, a Chinese abbot is shown around the Sainte-Chapelle by the King of France himself.

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Listen to Eleanor Nairne and Gail Levin discuss the life and work of Lee Krasner with Louisa Buck.

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Roger Burrows, professor, inventor and author of '3D Thinking in Design and Architecture', takes us through the concepts of 3D thinking in design and architecture from antiquity to the future.

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In this video David Hockney and Martin Gayford, co-authors of 'A History of Pictures', discuss the history of visuals from Caravaggio to Pinocchio.

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The climate emergency is here, it’s now up to individuals to take action. Part manual, part manifesto, Futurekind presents 60 transformative social and environmental projects that can inspire and empower each of us to protect our planet’s future.

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Article: Life in the Line

14 Jun, 2019

Our new series from Quentin Blake celebrates some of the finest graphic artists in history.

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Author Interviews

Interview: Eamonn Doyle's Made In Dublin

13 Jun, 2019

“I tend to experience most of my strongest emotions when I’m out on the street —disgust, empathy, lust, envy.” On the release of his new book, 'Made In Dublin', we talk to Eamonn Doyle about urban experience, encounters with strangers, and finding artistic expression close to home.

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