0

Your Basket

 
Videos

Video: Grayson Perry

06 Jul, 2020

Made in close collaboration with the Turner Prize-winning artist, this complete career monograph is brimming with insight and inspiration and gives unique access to Grayson Perry’s imaginative world and creative processes.

Read More

Videos

Video: New Map France

16 Jul, 2020

In his new guide to France – the most visited country on the planet – Herbert Ypma surprises and delights with his unequalled eye for detail and his unerring ability to judge what makes the difference between a good experience and a truly memorable one.

Read More

The tortured artist trope typifies Vincent van Gogh’s place in art history. But a closer look at his art and writing reveals a man of bountiful enthusiasm, wonder and love.

Read More

Enter the world of a new generation of street artists and provocateurs. Street-art expert Tristan Manco – and the more than 100 artists in this book – invite you to experience the absolute freedom that stencils give them to create and to imagine.

Read More

Our beautiful books delve into the fascinating life of Vincent van Gogh, one of history's most iconic artists.

Read More

From the atmosphere above Nevada to frozen expanses in Japan, Makoto Azuma’s botanical sculptures are as striking as they are unexpected. These visual feasts and explosions of colour are collected in ‘Flower Art’, a breathtaking celebration of botanical art taken far beyond the garden.

Read More

These landmark books celebrate the ongoing vision, imagination and brilliance of Magnum, the world’s most renowned photographic agency.

Read More

Discover our Houses books, which will transport you to a world of stunning homes while you're less able to leave your own.

Read More

Just "two dots and a little cross”, the face of Miffy is beloved by millions around the world. Here’s how Dutch illustrator Dick Bruna perfected the expressive minimalism of an iconic rabbit.

Read More

Fabio Ponzio’s photographs capture difficult years in Central and Eastern Europe, before and after the fall of the Berlin wall. Here he shares his experiences of photographing history and, perhaps more urgently, everyday lives.

Read More