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We’re shining the spotlight on two core textbooks

9 May

The start of term is fast approaching, so we’re shining the spotlight on two core textbooks from the Required Reading Range. Fully illustrated and packed with case studies and commentary from international professionals and practitioners, both Visual Research and Visible Signs, are practical, visually stimulating sourcebooks for students. 

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Victor Margolin’s World History of Design

24 Jun

We let two fantastic videos do the talking in this introduction to the majestic World History of Design by Victor Margolin

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Visual Arts New Catalogues

14 Apr

Presenting our 2015 catalogues for Interior Design & Architecture and Design & Graphic Arts (now including Photography!) Have a look at some of the new and upcoming titles from Bloomsbury Publishing and Fairchild Books:

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February Flash Sale – last few hours!

20 Feb

Our 24hr flash sale is into its last five hours – grab yourself a bargain with up to 40% off site-wide!

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Bloomsbury Talks To … Stephanie Talbot

19 Jun

The beauty of a slogan T-shirt is in its simplicity. There is something compelling about wearing words across your chest because in effect you are broadcasting your personal thoughts, opinions, lifestyle choices…

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AVA rebrand and new website!

13 Feb

Important brand changes for AVA Publishing and Fairchild Books

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On avoiding procrastination, stimulating creativity and giving away books!

14 Jan

Bored, stuck, desperate for ideas, deadline approaching, uninpsired, bored some more. Sound familiar? How do you get out of that rut?

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New! Basics Graphic Design 02: Design Research – Investigation for successful creative solutions

6 Jun

Design Research has arrived! Get a flavour of the book with photos of some of our favourite pages.

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SA Fashion Girl reviews ‘Basics Fashion Management: Concept to Customer’

18 May

Sheri-Lee Greenway, aka SA FASHION GIRL, reviews the first book in AVA’s Basics Fashion Management series, Concept to Customer. […]

Graduate Profile, Fashion Design – Frankie Yung

28 Feb

What do you get when you merge pencil shavings with flamingos, hedgehogs and chickens…?

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