Art & Design

Jason Grant

That sun-drenched feeling of a perfect holiday shouldn't have to go away when you get back home.

Leta Keens

Covering every state and the Northern Territory, Rural Australian Homes gives a compelling insigh

Sally Pinhey

'The Botanical Illustrator's Handbook' takes a closer look at how to accurately portray the riche

Elea Baucheron, Diane Routex

Who was the model for Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring?

Taylor Cullity Lethlean

Australia's most awarded landscape architecture and urban design firm, Taylor Cullity Lethlean il

Betty Churcher

A delightful and enlightening whirlwind tour of some of the great masterpieces in Australian gall

Rennie Ellis Archive

A fascinating snapshot of the wild, opulent, sometimes tacky and always decadent 1980s in Austral

Karen McCartney

Fifteen significant examples of modernist homes of the 50s, 60s and 70s, each of which combine ou

Adrian Newstead

Adrian Newsteads explosive memoir lifts the lid on what Robert Hughes once described as the last

Yuji Ueno, Rie Imai

In this gorgeously illustrated book, Japanese ikebana expert Yuji Ueno shares his novel ideas on

Kelly Hoppen

Design Masterclass is the definitive home-decorating guide from Kelly Hoppen, offering invaluable

Michael Leunig

Filled with his trademark, lunacy, poignancy and arrow to the heart wisdom here are the collected

Tim Rundle

In Visual Contrast, Timothy Rundle reveals key techniques for styling your home by reworking what

Stuart Harrison

Stuart Harrison (Melbourne architect and radio presenter) writes about residential architecture a

Margaret Barlow

The achievements of women in the arts have, until recently, been a well-kept secret, and the (re)

Helen O'Neill

Harry Seidler, a stylish, decisive and highly opinionated man, was a key figure in international

Antawan I. Byrd

In the 1990s a quiet revolution began.

Michael Wilson

The latest volume in the popular ‘How to Read’ series surveys 200 of the most important and influ

Lou Chamberlin

Street art can be described as a visual conversation between many voices.

John Armstrong, Alain de Botton

The conventional framework of art history, which tells us when, where and by whom an artwork was

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