Posts Tagged: art

A quick pick me up

Feeling glum? Not had the best day? You know what you need? You need to look at these beautiful book sculptures. Still feeling blue? Go read a book. I promise you’ll feel better.

A quick pick me up

Feeling glum? Not had the best day? You know what you need? You need to look at these beautiful book sculptures. Still feeling blue? Go read a book. I promise you’ll feel better.

Ali Smith on hearing a book

‘You know when you hear a piece of music once, you haven’t heard it properly, you want to hear it again. A well-made book will reward you in exactly the same way as music does, in that you will understand

Ali Smith on hearing a book

‘You know when you hear a piece of music once, you haven’t heard it properly, you want to hear it again. A well-made book will reward you in exactly the same way as music does, in that you will understand

On art books for children

While exploring the lovely ‘Hill of Content’ Bookshop in Melbourne on Friday, I saw a copy of Linea in Monet’s Garden’ on display. I was given a copy of this lovely book, by my mum I think, when I was

On art books for children

While exploring the lovely ‘Hill of Content’ Bookshop in Melbourne on Friday, I saw a copy of Linea in Monet’s Garden’ on display. I was given a copy of this lovely book, by my mum I think, when I was

On positive reading

Today was the unveiling of the Adelaide Fringe 2013 Poster. Ta-da! After the drinking of expresso martinis, eating of the macarons, filming of interviews (not interviews of me, of course, but our new Fringe Ambassador Paul McDermott), and the cleaning

On positive reading

Today was the unveiling of the Adelaide Fringe 2013 Poster. Ta-da! After the drinking of expresso martinis, eating of the macarons, filming of interviews (not interviews of me, of course, but our new Fringe Ambassador Paul McDermott), and the cleaning

On passionate people

I’ve worked in two different bookshops. I made some wonderful friends at the bookshop I worked at before the one where I work now, and we still catch up as much as we can. Not as often as we like,

On passionate people

I’ve worked in two different bookshops. I made some wonderful friends at the bookshop I worked at before the one where I work now, and we still catch up as much as we can. Not as often as we like,