News / November 18, 2019

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Botanical Inspiration

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Besides being the basis of Earth’s survival, plants have also always been an important source of creative inspiration, ingenuity, and expression. From global explorers like Sir Joseph Banks who recorded never-seen-before species to impressionist painters like Édouard Manet who captured the subtle beauty of the everyday, many artists and illustrators have used flora as a powerful means to convey the essence of our very existence. Botanical Inspiration is a visual collection of nature in art and illustration by talented creatives around the world today spanning a variety of techniques and styles. It makes the perfect resource book for aspiring or working creatives, and a gift for lovers of nature and the wild.

News / September 20, 2019

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Botanical Inspiration

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The jungalow aesthetic as popularised by artist, blogger, and entrepreneur Justina Blakeley has gained many fans over the recent years, and even as design trends have ebbed and flowed, the concept of bringing the beauty of the wild outdoors indoors continues to appeal to many; foregrounding pressing issues like sustainability and climate change. In recognising the role that flora has played since time immemorial as a means of contemplation, a source of ideation, and the subject matter of memorable creative endeavours around the world, Botanical Inspiration is a compelling collection of nature in art and illustration by some of the best talents today, featuring various techniques, mediums, and styles to intrigue and inspire.

News / May 30, 2019

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One Year in New York

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Life in the Big Apple can be a surreal yet sobering experience, as seen through the (one) eye of Darcel Disappoints in One Year in New York. Through themed musings around the holidays, special events, and iconic experiences within the city, Craig Redman captures the magical, the mundane, and everything in between through his semi-autobiographical creation’s cynicism and comicality. An extension of his popular blog, whose titular character has been featured by renowned brands like Adidas, Vogue, Coca Cola, Uniqlo, and IKEA, it is a optimistically dour visual diary like no other.

News / May 10, 2019

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The Typefaces

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When it comes to teaching the alphabet, many books focus on its literary aspects and possibilities, but if one were to take a closer look, each letter offers so much more than meets the eye. The Typefaces by Scott Lambert combines letterpress printing, story-telling, and childlike observations to reveal the faces in type; making it a compelling learning tool and treasure trove of playfully hidden gems for the designer in every child and the child in every designer. Initially self-published in 2015, it has gone on to win several global design awards with its wit and charm since – culminating in the release of this brand new edition.

News / February 16, 2019

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One Year in New York

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What is it like to live for One Year In New York? Darcel Disappoints tells it like it is in our upcoming release by renowned artist and illustrator Craig Redman, whose semi-autobiographical creation has been making waves online and offline for over a decade. Experience the highs and lows of life in the Big Apple through his cynical, comical, and all-too-relatable diary-style musings on the euphoric, the mundane, and everything else in between.

News / October 02, 2018

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ZOOM Series: Epic Journeys through Circles, Squares & Triangles

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The ZOOM series takes young readers on epic journeys that begin from the tiniest of details to the limits of the imagination through delightful illustrations filled with shapes. As they follow simple die cuts, every new page reveals a small twist to the story and a slightly expanded view of the world; hinting at how fun and full of possibilities new perspectives can be. Peppered with questions that promote interactivity, each ZOOM book is bound to make story time more interesting and playful for parents and children alike.

News / September 18, 2018

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Up & Down

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From the misty hilltops of distant lands to the freezing depths of the Arctic Ocean, Up & Down splits various settings into two fun perspectives that will intrigue little explorers. With over 500 contextual words labelled throughout 20 beautifully illustrated scenes, young readers will get to build their vocabulary while developing an eye for detail and a new sense of wonder about our world.

News / September 18, 2018

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ZOOM: An Epic Journey through Circles / Squares / Triangles

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The ZOOM series takes young readers on epic journeys that begin from the tiniest of details to the limits of the imagination through delightful illustrations filled with shapes. As they follow simple die cuts, every new page reveals a small twist to the story and a slightly expanded view of the world; hinting at how fun and full of possibilities new perspectives can be. Peppered with questions that promote interactivity, each ZOOM book is bound to make story time more interesting and playful for parents and children alike.

News / July 09, 2018

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A to Z

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Curious about how your name came to be, or what it actually means? Featuring colourful illustrations by award-winning art director and designer Lio Yeung, A to Z depicts the imaginary adventures of over 200 alphabetical characters from the most popular names of our time.   Besides added inspiration for parents-to-be with a library of close to 500 name meanings, this book provides children with a unique way to learn more about the world around them without having to take life too seriously!

News / July 09, 2018

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Up & Down

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From the top of a castle in a distant land to the depths of the cold Arctic ocean, Up & Down splits the world into simple contrasts that will intrigue budding little explorers. Packed with beautifully illustrated details that showcase the diversity of our surroundings including some fun fictional environments like a witch’s lair, each of the 20 scenes in this book features 20 or more labelled objects for young readers to expand their vocabulary while developing an eye for detail as well as a sense of wonder about what is around them.

News / June 29, 2018

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Mix & Rub: People

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How much fun can you have with your imagination? Find out with Mix & Rub: People, a quirky homage to simple games from the past. All you need are some colour pencils or crayons to rub over random face and body textures to create up to 400 crazy characters. The more ridiculous the mix, the better! Cultivate creativity by making up funny stories that match their styles, or adding as many doodles around them as you like to produce a DIY masterpiece.

News / June 14, 2018

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Day & Night: Rainforest

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Featuring over 1.4 metres of beautifully illustrated panoramas by Paula McGloin, our Day & Night series returns with a big roar. In this new release, we explore a rainforest over 24 hours, where young readers will ‘meet’ more than 200 creatures that call it home. With special challenges that turn up the fun, it is an epic adventure that will see them getting to know more about those that frolic in the light or only creep out at night, with the help of glow-in-the-dark ink.

News / June 12, 2018

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OFF THE WALL — Art of the Absurd

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Filled with bizarre yet bemusing illustrations of dark humour, Off the Wall – Art of the Absurd is a celebration of the morose and the mad. Take a peek into the minds of 30 talented artists from all over the world, and open your own through the kaleidoscope of creativity and bright colours that are bound to make life a little less dull. Printed with neon ink on different paper materials to make the artwork pop, this book and its funny yet unsettling subject matter will make for a sweet addition to your bookshelf with its power to sugarcoat the bitter taste of reality.

News / May 04, 2018

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OFF THE WALL — Art of the Absurd

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Humour is a funny thing. While it can help us forget how cruel and harsh our existence can be, what happens when the subject matter takes a dark and twisted turn? Are life’s bitter pills easier to swallow even when they are coated with the strange and surreal?



Brimming with cheerful colours, juxtaposed details and quirky characters, Off the Wall — Art of the Absurd presents bizarre yet bemusing illustrations of dark humour that explore the enigmatic minds of 30 artists as they walk the fine line between being funny and unsettling.

News / August 03, 2017

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Camo Mania

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Camo Mania presents a new generation of camouflage-inspired pattern designs. Originally invented to conceal and protect in battlefields, these patterns take up more colours, forms and meanings on packaging, fabrics and canvas as art. Rich and powerful, they engross public gaze in busy environments and stand the test of time as decorative elements or collectable artwork.

Featuring a plethora of disruptive patterns constructed from types, objects, colours and shapes, the showcase reveals the diverse and flexible approaches that aim to decorate, reinterpret the functions of camouflage and subtly honour its unique type of design. From brand identities to event communications, and fashion styling to spatial art creations, the projects in this book epitomise the dynamic play of patterns in current designs.

News / November 02, 2016

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INK — The Art of Tattoo

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Originating as an ancient tribal practice and symbols of religious devotion, the new wave of tattoos reveals an international aesthetic movement grounded in the love of art. INK — The Art of Tattoo explores what is at the forefront of one of humanity’s most ancient arts with an extensive selection of over 700 flash designs and original illustrations, followed by a tasteful showcase of inked bodies in fashion and art photography. Ending on a high note with interviews of top tattoo artists, INK is a collectible reference for practitioners and those craving for new tatts, with three cool cover designs to choose from.