We're delighted that Ultramarine will feature in the next second issue of our journal Random Spectacular - with an interview by James Nice of LTM Recordings, illustrated by Heretic. A specially written audio piece will accompany.
Our friends at Little Toller have just republished The Unsophisticated Arts in which Barbara Jones records the art of everyday life.
I'm really looking forward to seeing James Russell's new book, published by the Mainstone Press, about Eric Ravilious' Submarine series of lithographs. Created during the winter of 1940-41, these prints capture the cramped conditions inside a naval submarine during wartime.
Jonny Hannah's 'Burns Miscellany' landed on our doormat today with spontaneous drawings printed onto vibrant coloured pages.
Our friends at Caught By The River are publishing a paperback version of their first book, Words On Water. Featuring a beautiful brand new cover painting by James Lewis, a rejigged design inside and a new introduction by Charles Rangeley-Wilson, all orders taken before 15th May will be despatched ahead of publication date and signed by the editors and as many of the contributors they can get their hands on.
Opening on Tuesday 1st May at The Foyles Gallery (on the third floor of Foyles Bookshop, London) is an exhibition of all the original artwork spreads for A First Book of Nature by Nicola Davies and Mark Hearld.