Every child wants their own passport - this little book published by Cicada Books even comes with a set of stamps!
Tiles are so simple in their essence – a shape of fired ceramic, metal or stone that can be used to pave or decorate walls or floors.
There has been much coverage through the years of punk, post-punk and the acid-house era of the early 90s. But the scene surrounding independent guitar-based music of the 1980s in Britain has been largely overlooked.
To complement Barbican Art Gallery’s OMA/Progress exhibition, the Map/group has been given the exciting opportunity to work in Exhibition Hall 1.
This luxurious book on the interior designs of Joanna Wood takes readers inside a wide array of fabulous houses – from a hip London apartment to her own cozy retreat in a restored 10th-century barn.
This book offers an astonishing glimpse beyond the garden walls of some of today’s most innovative art spaces around the world – sculpture parks and art situated in nature.
This large-format, beautifully presented book presents a journey through the human body both figuratively and literally.
Evolution: A Colouring Book takes the concept of a colouring book and, well, evolves it a bit.
Sunrise to High-Rise is a concertina book that takes you on an exhilarating journey through the evolution of the built environment from Neolithic times till today.
Le Flaneur is a thoughtful classic tabloid produced through a collaboration between The School Life and Le Pain Quotidien.
All sports have their quirks and rituals, but cycling has more than most. As the inexorable rise of the bicycle continues, many casual cyclists are moving into a more serious brand of cycling – riding in road races, groups or cycle clubs.
'Eight ways to live smart' in a campain written by The School of Life for SwartWater, packaged as a set of eight duplexed postcards wrapped with a bellyband.
The world's major cities are making room for cyclists, helping them to ride, store, share and buy their bicycles more easily than ever before. As a result, bike-related design has become one of the hottest fields in architecture.
These new stationery products are part of Cicada’s ongoing commitment to identifying and promoting emerging talent.
Most nature books capture animals in their native habitats. Brad Wilson decided to try a different approach - bringing animals into his studio and photographing each against a solid black background. The results are electrifying.
Writers in Residence teamed up with The School Of Life to showcase their latest publications in this lareg fprmat brochure.
In anticipation of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, this celebration of Brazil's football obsession captures every angle of the game, the players, and the fans of the most beautiful game on earth.
Kate Lilley's craft blog, www.minieco.co.uk, has become something of a cult phenomenon in the craft community.
Rosalind Miller is an up and coming name in the world of cake designing and decorating. This book is a luxurious source of inspiration as well as a clear how-to of high end wedding cake making and decorating.
Combining the twin joys of craft and taxidermy, Craftydermy presents a cabinet of curiosities that will delight, amuse and inspire.
Filled with luminous photographs from the best practitioners working today, this unique collection contextualizes contemporary Asian photography against the backdrop of massive cultural, social, and political changes in the region.
From supper for two on a candlelit urban roof terrace to a picnic lunch for friends on the sitting-room carpet, this is a book of imaginative and beautiful ideas for small gatherings.
The series Groundbreaking Moments by Prestel identifies and focuses on the most important milestones in the field of architecture, art, design and photography.
'The Bike Owner's Handbook' a great little must have for anyone who owns a bike. At the conclusion of each chapter is a QR code that, when scanned with a smartphone, will link the reader to a short film demonstrating the tasks described.
This pocket-sized monograph is the first in an exciting series of small-format books highlighting contemporary works in the Arts Council Collection. Each book comes with a full-colour, fold-out poster.
The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton helped reclaim the fashion cred of Britain's royal family, ushering in a generation of hip but genial personalities that appeal to every age and station. But royals have been setting fashion trends&
You Are Awesome is a collection of 21 clearly explained step-by-step craft ideas by Abbey Hendrickson. Printed in five colours with an exposed cardboard spine.
This is the story of how a once great station was brought back into contact with its city and into the modern era through a visionary regeneration scheme executed by architects John Mcaslan + Partners.
To celebrate the regeneration of King's Cross Station and the surrounding area, we have designed a small flyer for John McAslan + Partners.
What if religions are neither all true or all nonsense? The boring debate between fundamentalist believers and non-believers is finally moved on by Alain de Botton’s inspiring new book, which boldly argues that the supernatural claims of
Ever since the late 1960s when Yves Saint Laurent and Paco Rabanne presented African-inspired collections, the textiles, details, and colors of Africa have moved into the realm of high fashion. Written by Helen Jennings and published by Prestel.
State of Craft is a detailed bible for any craft person. Apart from all layout April also created illustrations for all step by step instructions as well as Art Direction for the cover shot.
Msheirab Heritage Quarter is the latest architecture venture by John McAslan + Partners.
Being left with a vast amount of documentaion material, John McAslan + Partners approached April to create a precious book object that could be sold to raise money for the next project in Haiti.
Mischief brought April on board in charge of the design for the Heathrow book as part of a huge PR campaign for BAA Heathrow. The project also won the European Excellence Award for Best Automobile & Transport Campaign.
Outcomes - Real English for the Real World - is a completely new general English course by Hugh Dellar and Andrew Walkley. Published by Cengage Learning.
To promote John McAslan and Partner's sustainable projects a long roll-fold flyer was created.
In collaboration with Monocle, Alain de Botton's The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work was produced as a limited edition.
Just spotted in the Artwords Bookshop this the latest addition to our architectural book library.
This biligual document was created for a bid in partnership with JMP, Arup and other team members.
A catalogue and special edition for the exhibition "Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones" at the V&A.