This exhilarating book will open everyone's eyes. It is the first to explore the worlwide phenomenon of the blind and partially-sighted who take up photography in all its vibrancy and diversity and showcases brilliant work from Mexico, India, China, the UK and elsewhere.
A complete kit for saying what you really think. A folder with 30 cards that get at everyday things we all want to say but sometimes can’t (or shouldn’t) find the words for. Includes hilarious feedback forms for Christmas, family holidays and employment. Witty and relatable.
This hugely enjoyable collection of letters, written by antiquarian bookseller David Batterham to the painter Howard Hodgkin, introduces readers to a richly bohemian world that they might otherwise never encounter.
Adam Dant's hilarious observations and drawings of modern life.
Reprints for the first time in English a unique compendium of Soviet picture books from the 1920s and 1930s - a highpoint in the history of children's literature. Foreword by Philip Pullman.
22 large-format postcards representing every facet of his restless creativity. Each one, whether by Mayakovsky himself or inspired by him, gives you the dynamic word, the vivid image and a vital piece of the action.
This exciting companion to the bestselling Psycho Tests presents famous tests, such as the Rorschach Inkblot Test and the Thematic Apperception Test, in new versions that beguile the eye, intrigue the mind and stretch the imagination. Intro by Lionel Shriver.
A fascinating compendium of tests, games and questionnaires that holds a revealing mirror up to your inner self.
Written in 1928 but not published until now, Where Am I? is a charming children's book by Tatiana Glebova, a celebrated Soviet book-illustrator and painter.