Books by Publisher: British Museum Press

    Painting the Stage

    By Denise Wendel-Poray

    Hardback £35.46

    Abbas Akhavan

    By Omar Kholeif

    Paperback £12.63

    Hegarty on Advertising: Turning Intelligence into Magic

    By John Hegarty

    Hardback £13.83

    First published by Thames & Hudson in 2011, this is a book that no creative professional should be without. Written by one of the world's leading advertising men, it contains over four decades of wisdom and insight from the man who put Nick Kamen into a laundrette for Levi Strauss...

    UnBuilt JDSA

    By Aurelien Gillier

    Paperback £20.46

    The portfolio of Julien De Smedt Architects forms the basis of an inspiring investigation into urbanity matters.

    David Hockney

    By Marco Livingstone

    Paperback Save £2.72 = £10.23

    One of the most popular and influential British artists of our times, David Hockney has never ceased to change his style and ways of working, always re-energizing his art with new solutions, fresh ideas and technical mastery. Now excitedly embracing his `late period', Hockney remains as engaged as ever with...

    Through the Eyes of Picasso

    By Yves Le Fur

    Hardback £26.46

    Polaroid: The Missing Manual

    By Rhiannon Adam

    Hardback Save £5.52 = £14.43

    A complete, intuitive, step-by-step guide to experimental instant photography techniques and the manipulation of Polaroid prints and cameras

    Anatomy: A Cutaway Look Inside the Human Body

    By Jean-Claude Druvert

    Hardback £14.43

    Anatomy is a gorgeous, large-format book filled with clever cutouts exploring every detail of the organs, systems and senses that make up that most marvellous of machines, the human body. This fact-filled journey is illustrated by Helene Druvert, the acclaimed creator of the award-winning Paris Up, Up and Away and...

    Witchfairy

    By Brigitte Minne

    Hardback £10.25

    Rosemary is bored of being a fairy. She'd much rather be a witch. Much to the disapproval of her mother she takes off to spend time with the witches in the dark wood. Rosemary thoroughly enjoys her new life as a witch but eventually decides to take the best of...

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