The first book to talk about the creative process of one of Hollywood's most iconic directors. As a filmmaker, writer, photographer and artist Gus Van Sant is a real modern Renaissance man and a continuing inspiration for young creatives
Nonagenarian Japanese artist is simultaneously one of the most famous and most mysterious artists on the planet. A wild child of the 1950s and 1960s, she emerged out of the international Fluxus movement to launch naked happenings in New York and went on t
From the Sculptor's Studio is a unique collection of personal conversations with 20 seminal artists, each of whom have created iconic work, exhibited worldwide, and pushed past the boundaries of sculpting in their own way.
In this new and spirited account of British art, Jonathan Jones argues for empiricism. From the Enlightenment to the present, British artists have shared a passion for looking hard at the world around them.
Do you want to improve your social-media profile? Learn how to express yourself through beautiful, artistic self-portraits with Take Your Selfie Seriously: The Advanced Selfie and Self-Portrait Handbook
Night Vision is a visual field guide to the richly rewarding art of dream interpretation. Learn the techniques, including getting a good night's sleep, recalling your dreams and understanding the symbolic language through which they unfold!
The second book in the popular 'Do More Art' series explores the myriad creative possibilities of working with acrylic. Fans of this artistic powerhouse will discover everything from basic painting techniques to more creative applications.
The relationship between us humans and our dogs has inspired many of the world's greatest poets. Sometimes funny, sometimes moving, the poems in this beautifully illustrated anthology are a true celebration of the faithful, affectionate, delightful dog.
This anthology considers how the Day of the Dead has been celebrated in visual art and culture, from the traditional and iconic illustrations of skulls and singing skeletons by seminal lithographer José Guadalupe Posada to the paper cuts of Aaron Velasco