Monthly Archives: July 2013

Self-publishing can be a beautiful thing

I am always saying that self-publishing is as much about beautiful craft and beautiful objects as it is about e-this, e-that and e-the other, and nowhere more so than in the production of art books. So I was bowled over … Continue reading

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The Imagination Thief

Rohan Quine’s The Imagination Thief is one of those books that has originality stamped across it with a pair of size 12 DMs. An incredibly dark picaresque through the recesses of the human psyche, it is an uncomfortable, troubling immersive … Continue reading

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