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We also work with designers and established publishers, managing production of books and other kinds of publication, from cover and layout design to final proof.


Whatever you have in mind, you could run it past us? Contact us to find out more.

Are We There Yet? A Day Trip to Banksy's Dismaland...



Not for nothing did the world's most famous street artist choose Weston Super Mare as the venue for his harshest satire fest to date. We cant wait to show you this 250 page book and stunning exhibition, coming later in 2016! More:



Harry Weinberger,  Artist (1924 - 2009)



We produced a retrospective of Harry's work in 2004. Ten years on, we presented at a symposium about the artist and his great pal, Iris Murdoch, and in 2016, Harry's family asked us to write a biog and artist CV.

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Banksy: the Bristol Legacy, Edited by Paul Gough



'Banksy v the Museum' at Bristol City Art Gallery in 2009 (bankrolled by the artist) brought in huge economic and cultural benefits for the city. 300,000 people saw the show. What does the city offer artists in return? Read more:



Jeff Robb: Capturing the Invisible



'Capturing the Invisible' brings Jeff Robb's series of lenticular 3D works together in one volume for the first time. We oversaw design, edited content, and wrote selected chapters.




Chihuly: large catalogue for major exhibition



We were thrilled to get Matthew Collings to write the lead essay. Kath Cockshaw oversaw all content and contributed several sections. Kate Stockdale designed the book, working with Chihuly's Seattle team. More:



Stephen Farthing RA - Interview, Art Magazine



"I'm not a great lover of letting the audience make what they like of my work. I'm messing with my audience, not massaging them. That's what Matisse does. Matisse is a masseur... I just mess with them. Full interview:



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