Drawing Projects: An Exploration of the Language of Drawing Drawing Projects combines a review of contemporary artists with a 'how to draw' guide, celebrating drawing as the process of seeing made visible. Paperback 240 pages Illustrated in colour throughout
A book of essays, accompanied by illustrations, that give a revealing insight into the forthright and often controversial views of Charles Saatchi on a wide-ranging number of topics. Hardback 312 pages 16.5cm wide x 21.5cm high x 2.8cm deep Essays accompanied by black & white photographs or illustrations
This second volume of the Russian Criminal Tattoo Encyclopaedia is an essential companion to the critically acclaimed first volume. It features previously unpublished drawings and photographs from the extraordinary archives of Danzig Baldaev and Sergei Vasiliev. Published by FUEL in 2006
The art of paper cutting has taken center stage in a global explosion of originality, creativity and artistic discovery. Paper Cutting introduces 26 contemporary artist who are pioneering this cut paper renaissance. Author: Laura Heyenga Paperback 176 pages / 23.5cm x 18.7cm Published by Chronicle Books in 2011
Papertoy Monsters offers 50 fiendishly original die-cut designs that are ready to pop out, fold, and glue. By Brian Castleforte Paperback / softback, 124 pages ISBN: 9780761158820 (0761158820) Published by Workman Publishing
We Are Paper Toys! presents thirty-two of the finest paper toy designers in the world. Each artist gives us a glimpse of their world and explains their passion for paper toys through a personal interview. Author: Louis Bou Paperback 208 pages / 25cm x 19.5cm Published by Collings Design in 2010
This book is a very good introduction to the work of 50 internationally recognised street artists. Many other books try too hard to impress. This one keeps it simple and gives the reader some background to each artist and shows examples of their work. Author: E mathieson and X Tapies Paperback 207 pages / 22.6cm x 15.6cm Published by Graffito Books in 2012
London is finally getting its due as one of the most international hubs for street art today. Its sooty brick walls are decorated with the liveliest and freshest street art in the world from an array of talent, both international and home-grown. Author: Frank Steam156 Malt Hardback 160 pages / 21.7cm x 18.7cm Published by Dokument Press in 2013
King Adz has been working for 25 years with graffiti artists, DJs, writers, poets, designers & musicians. This is his guide to some of those creative forces. You're likely to find some new sources of stimulation or be reminded of forgotten legends. Author: King Adz Hardback 320 pages / 23.7cm x 19.4cm Published by Collins in 2010
A very stylish and excellent review of the street art scene in the capital of Argentina. Each chapter deals with a different neighbourhood in the city. The book has texts in English and Spanish. Author:Matt Fox-Tucker and Guilherme Zauith Hardback 160 pages / 26cm x 21.7cm Published by Mark Batty Publisher in 2010
Photographs shot by Elaine Sendyk in 2007 illustrate the messages of sruggle, revolt and empowerment following the the events of October 2006 when police opened fire on protesters in the city of Oaxaca, killing three people. Author: Louis E.V. Nevaer Hardback 160 pages / 18.6cm x 24.6cm Published by Mark Batty Publisher in 2009
This book is a fantastic introduction to contemporary art providing insights into the thoughts, practices & behaviour of many eminent artists. The book is a compilation of pieces written by the author over 35 years. The pieces were often written for magazines or journals and they make for great reading in short bursts.Paperback 554 pages Published in 2009 by Faber & Faber
Charles Saatchi is a man with strong opinions on everything from movies to morals, superstition to suicide, and in this book he answers nearly 300 questions from readers and journalists, offering much for everyone to reflect on.
Published to coincide with the major exhibtion at Tate Britain in 2010, this book charts the career of one of the most dynamic British artists working today. Author: Judith Nesbitt Hardback 176 pages / 130 colour illustrations / 27cm x 22cm Published by the Tate Gallery
Richard Wilson's 20:50 installation is one of the most popular works at the Saatchi Gallery. The work is currently installed at the Saatchi Gallery at the Duke of York's HQ in Chelsea, London. Author: Simon Morrissey Paperback 128 pages / 100 colour illustrations / 27cm x 21cm Published by the Tate Gallery
'It makes me laugh because people say, 'What? You got tow thousand quid for two fried eggs and a kebab?' But some of these people actually don't see the table as part of it. They really do think it's two fried eggs and a kebab.' Sarah Lucas Author: Matthew Collings Paperback 128 pages / 100 colour illustrations / 27cm x 21cm Published by the Tate...
This book, featuring major paintings and collages, includes essays by Michael Bracewell and Terry R. Meyers, as well as an extensive interview with the artist by Martin Clark and Florence Derieux. It is the first career overview of Dalwood's work to be published. Paperback 160 pages / 29cm x 24cm Published by the Tate Gallery
From the birth of cinema right up until the present day, The Film Book is a cinematic masterpiece. Packaged in a metal tin just like a reel of film, The Film Book is full to bursting with interesting stats, facts and figures and is essential for any film buff. Published by Dorling Kindersley.
The skull is one of the most recognizable symbols of todays contemporary visual culture. Since its 1970s renaissance in the iconic album designs of bands such as the Grateful Dead, the skull has found its way into the visual vocabulary of urban life, adorning T-Shirts, badges and rock memorabilia as the ultimate symbol of anarchy and rebellion.
Known for his cool, clean, comics-inspired pictorial language, Julian Opie has been one of the leading figures in contemporary British art since the early 1980s. Text in English and German Hardback 160 pages / 130 colour illustrations / 25cm x 19cm Published by MAK