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A lovely feature interview with Robert John showcasing images from LDN REiMAGINED featured on the Daily Mail Online this month. Click here to read the feature.
Vanguard by David Abrutat was chosen as Book of the Month in the January issue of Britain at War:
‘[The] author of this outstanding book says he has long been in awe of the fortitude and resilience of the elite men and women who volunteered for special services duty during World War Two. He’s certainly paid tribute to them here. Particularly...
Illustrating Armageddon by Jim Davies was featured in the ‘Picture This’ review slot in the Daily Mail this month:
‘Philosopher and writer George Santayana once said: 'Only the dead have seen the end of war.' Well, this stunning collection of Fortunino Matania's illustrations from the Western Front reminds us of this tragic fact. Matania's...
Hastings based photographer Bob Mazzer’s eponymous book, a retrospective of his work from the sixties to the present day has received some fantastic coverage this month with photo features in the Evening Standard, The Sun Online and Daily Mail Online. Further coverage to follow includes a feature in The Argus and Photography News, broadcast...
Matt Harvey and Claudia Schmidt's Sit! featured in The Kennel Club's magazine Kennel Gazette as part of their Christmas Book Corner.
Power of Love by Beatriz Chadour-Sampson features in The Arts Society round-up of Christmas gift books and has been included in their December competition for members.
KWAIDAN by Hiroshi Watanabe and Lafcadio Hearn has been named 2019's Favourite Book by PhotoEye's Elizabeth Avedon.
‘Out of this year’s vast ocean of photography books, Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things, stands out for me.’
Click here to read the full list.
Gurkha by Craig Lawrence was reviewed in Country Life and recommended in the December newsletter of the Military Historical Society:
[A] fine study Maj-Gen Lawrence, the third of the (so far) four honorary colonels, tells the story of the new regiment's first 25 years and packs it with illustrations' Allan Mallinson, Country Life
New Unicorn title Mausoleum of Imperfection by Slavko Krunic and Bill Gould has been featured on the three main TV stations in Serbia, as well as Hardwired magazine, Dnevnik newspaper and Radio 021.
Click here to view the PTC interview.
To listen to the Radio 021 interview click here.
For the Hardwired Magazine article click here.
Making Emmanuel Cooper by David Horbury was launched at the Art Workers Guild in London earlier this month, and publicity for this title includes a cover front feature in the 300th issue of Ceramic Review (Nov/Dec 2019) and a full page feature review in Crafts, Arts Society website and feature interview in the Camden New Journal. Reviews to...
"The blending of fact and fiction makes for a compelling narrative that educates as well as entertains. The level of reality in the depiction of army life and the quality of research that has gone in to The Name Beneath The Stone is exemplary" Linda's Book Bag
"This breathtaking book is an absolute...
Launched at the Zari Gallery in London this month with accompanying exhibition and support from Olympus UK and BiC, coverage of LDN REiMAGINED will include Glass, Big Issue and The Londonist. Artist Robert John did a brilliant interview on the Robert Elms Show, BBC Radio London over bank holiday weekend.
Click here to listen to the interview.