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Fancy an escape to the British seaside? We spoke to writer Christopher Stocks and printmaker Angie Lewin – creators of ‘The Book of Pebbles’ – who allowed us to peek inside their inspiring homes and socially-distant seaside retreats. They’re experts at taking pleasure in the simple things, like pebble collecting, and at bringing the great outdoors in.

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These artisan makers represent the very best in contemporary Japanese craft, as they carry on centuries-old traditions with skill and ingenuity. Here are five craft studios working in the arts of Japanese papermaking, lacquerware, iron casting, indigo dyeing and wood-turning.

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Mountain fog, indigo farms and a friendly Shiba Inu. From first idea to final design flourish, head behind the scenes of 'Craftland Japan' and discover how a six-month campervan road trip became a printed celebration of Japanese craft.

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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.

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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.

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

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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.

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

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

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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.

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