Showing 1–16 of 27 results

  • Quentin Blake

    R330

    Quentin Blake is a collaboration between Tate and London ‘s new House of Illustration, published to coincide with the gallery’s inaugural exhibition, Inside Stories, a landmark show by Quentin Blake. Joanna Carey’s essay is a brilliant survey of Blake’s oeuvre, at once intimate, perceptive and illuminating, and written with an exuberance matching that of her subject.

  • Alphabet

    R550

    Lavish and full of fun, this book will appeal to adults and children alike. Alphabet is an extraordinary, multidimensional journey into the alphabet created by one of the world’s most celebrated illustrators, Kv?ta Pacovská. With a rich concoction of textures, reflections, windows, and pop-ups, Pacovská takes the art of the picture book to new levels, absorbing readers of all ages in a playful and imaginative new world.

  • Annie Learns to Swim

    R90

    Annie’s mum wants her to learn how to swim; she buys her a new swimming costume. But Annie doesn’t like water – it’s wet and splashy and deep …

    Until Miss Klara, the swimming teacher, pairs Annie with Lisa, who swims just like a sea otter!

  • Annie Learns to Swim (Afrikaans edition) Annie Leer Swem

    R90

    Annie Leer Swem.

    Annie’s mum wants her to learn how to swim; she buys her a new swimming costume. But Annie doesn’t like water – it’s wet and splashy and deep …

    Until Miss Klara, the swimming teacher, pairs Annie with Lisa, who swims just like a sea otter!

  • Baggage

    R235

    Last week a lady checked her baggage…

  • Big Top Benn

    R100

    Mr Benn is an ordinary man who has extraordinary adventures. In this enchanting story he swaps his bowler hat and black suit for a clown costume and finds himself transported into a world of big-top tents and circus performers. First published thirty years ago, Big-Top Benn is one of a series of stories by author…

  • Out of stock

    Bitterkomix 15

    R250

    Social commentary and political satire are presented through critically acclaimed graphics and confrontational illustrations in this brilliant and outrageous collection.

  • Out of stock

    Bitterkomix 16

    R150

    Bitterkomix 16 sees the celebration of twenty-one years of artistic genius. In this latest collection, Anton Kannemeyer – aka Joe Dog – unflinchingly explores the vigorous debates around race that enliven and shadow daily life in South Africa.

  • Enchanted Forest – An Inky Quest

    R250

    This stunning new colouring book by Johanna Basford takes readers on a inky quest through an enchanted forest to discover what lies in the castle at its heart. As well as drawings to complete, colour and embellish, there are hidden objects to be found along the way including wild flowers, animals and birds, gems, lanterns, keys and treasure chests. Beginning at the entrance to the forest, the journey progresses through woodland, rocky caves and tree-lined mazes, over streams and a waterfall, across the tree tops, to finally reach the castle.

  • Fellini!

    R450

    A catalog of a delightful and very Felliniesque drawings by the master Italian film director, now on view in conjunction with a film festival at the Guggenheim Museum, New York.

  • Foundation of Art and Design- 2nd Edition

    R320

    Foundations of Art & Design, in its new and updated edition, guides artists and designers through the fundamentals of their fields and provides insights into putting these principles into practice. Part 1 covers the elements that can fill a blank page points and lines, shapes, textures and colours to create a sense of space, time…

  • Out of stock

    Gruau

    R190

    Rene Gruau has been representing fashion since the 1940s. This talented illustrator with a worldwide reputation is probably the person most responsible for making fashion known in the second half of the 20th century, by understanding it better than anyone. This book, made in collaboration with the artist, contains some of the finest drawings that highlighted his career. It is a fashion show in its own right, signed with the famous signature of Gruau.

  • How to Draw a Chicken

    R160

    Drawing a chicken is easy … isn’t it? Follow Jean-Vincent’s attempts to draw a chicken as he has to contend with runaway beaks, sleeping eggs and peckish chickens. The entertaining characters and witty text in this book will charm readers of all ages and will encourage children to draw with humour and imagination.

  • I am Alex

    R90

    Today is my birthday and I’m having a party. My friends are coming, but everyone is welcome!

  • Jafta’s Father

    R120

    Afrikaans, English, isiZulu, isiXhosa, Sepedi, seSotho, Setswana

    Jafta’s father is coming home. He has been away for a very long time, but things are changing in his country and now he can return. Jafta will be able to tell him about all the things that he has missed, and Jafta’s father will answer questions that no one else can answer. There’ll be a homecoming party bigger than Nomsa’s wedding. Because Jafta’s father is coming home at last.

  • Jafta’s Mother

    R120

    “When I get tired, I like lazing in the sun like a lizard, or wallowing warm like a hippo, and feeling cuddly like a lamb.” Jafta, a young boy growing up in Africa, describes some of his everyday feelings by comparing his actions to those of various African animals. The book is filled with rich…