'People say graffiti is ugly, irresponsible and childish...but that's only if it's done properly.' Banksy Banksy's subversive genius and astute political commentary are on full display in Desperately Seeking B**ksy, from The Flower Thrower (2003) and Kissing Coppers (2004... read more
Art Me Gallery invites you to fall in love with the amazingly talented Australian artists that grace our country. No matter what medium you prefer, there are an abundance of Australian artists to admire. Whether your love of art is for Australian landscapes, urban/ind... read more
Adult colouring books are taking the world by storm, but why restrict yourself to pretty when you can create cool? Kyle Hughes-Odgers brings a hip new aesthetic to the stress-relieving pleasures of colouring in. This quirky book of pattern and illustration for pencil, pen or paint makes this a pastime that is anything but childish.
The Art of Cartographics is a stunning collection of maps that all have one thing in common: each design has taken the traditional map in a new direction, with exquisite results. Featuring geographical maps, fictional maps, and fresh and innovative approaches to cultural, economic ... read more
The so-called "Book Towns" of the world are dedicated havens of literature, and the ultimate dream of book lovers everywhere. Book Towns takes readers on a richly illustrated tour of the 45 semi-officially recognized literary towns around the world and outlines the history and develop... read more
Pictura is a stunning range of black-and-white artworks to collect and colour for all ages. Mattias Adolfsson's Traffic - It's rush hour, and the entire city is covered in traffic. This detailed 'Where's Wally' style illustration from acc... read more
The first of three volumes by the author covering the rock art of the vast Kimberley region, Volume One: Mitchell Plateau Area includes a foreword by Dr Ian Crawford and a comprehensive introduction covering early descriptions of the art and brief summaries of archaeology, geology, and the importance of past sea-level changes.
Nineteenth-century writer and journalist Louisa Atkinson was a remarkable woman. She was the author, at the age of 23, of the first novel penned by a native-born woman to be published in Australia. She was also a keen naturalist, whose close observations and detailed knowledge of the natural world fou... read more
Muse offers an inside view of the development of a contemporary Australia art collection. Janet Holmes a Court, in conversation about art and the intense interest she shared with her late husband Robert from the 1960s, offers a rationale-along with an emotional ... read more
The third in our "Bay Art Revival" series, this edition of Russell Drysdale has been fully revised to integrate the paintings into the body of the text and includes a new introduction by author Lou Klepac, written to put Drysdale's iconic paintings into a contemporary context. This book traces the car... read more
Husband-and-wife team Philippa and Alex Nikulinsky travel into isolated outback regions, often staying for months at a time, to paint the Australian bush. Cape Arid National Park is a fascinating and remote area on the far south-eastern coast of Western Australia. Braving howling wind... read more