New Publishing House Bio Editions Pledges to Spotlight Young Artists
By artists for artists, Bio Editions is the latest project behind street art duo Snikarts, aiming to help support young artists amid the pandemic.
Illustrator Tine Isachsen Releases New Book 'Heat Climbs the Body'
'Heat Climbs the Body' is the latest book of artist, illustrator and SHOWstudio contributor Tine Isachsen, featuring a compiled list of selected works from 2015 – 2021 that showcase Isachsen's love for sensuality and tactility.
Designer Osman Yousefzada Reveals All In Memoir 'The Go-Between'
From uncovering the universal migrant experience to living in 80s Britain designer-artist Osman Yousefzada tells all in his new book The Go-Between; a memoir exploring 'the different between worlds' while learning how to find his own.
BULLETIN: A-COLD-WALL*'s Samuel Ross Launches New Book ‘Object – Form. Form!'
As Samuel Ross' self-launched practice SR_A celebrates its one year anniversary, the designer launches his first book detailing the practice as well as his venture at A-COLD-WALL*
'As Serious as a Hiccup': An Emotive Insight Into Nicole Della Costa's Personal Musings
SHOWstudio contributor, artist and writer Nicole Della Costa has released her new book 'As Serious as a Hiccup', marking the everyday musings and thoughts that belong to herself and her friends.
Jamie Hawkesworth's New Book Chronicles The Faces and Places of The UK
Ahead of the release of The British Isles, Hawkesworth talks about spending lockdown in the darkroom, straddling the line between documentary and fashion photography, and why taking people's picture will never cease to make him nervous.
DJ Fat Tony's New Book on Boy George, Addiction and Music
The club culture icon and recovery advocate shares his story in his debut autobiography. True to form, it promises to be brutally honest.
The New Book Series Featuring Douglas Coupland, Peter Saville and Sho Shibuya
Sarah Andelman, founder of the legendary (and now defunct) Parisian concept store Colette, has launched a series of books featuring Douglas Coupland's colourful aphorisms and Sho Shibuya's meditative New York Times paintings from 2020.
Valentino Teams Up With Emma Roberts' Book Club Belletrist
For the latest chapter of the Valentino Collezione Milano campaign, 'The Narratives', Maison Valentino has teamed up with Emma Roberts’ book club, Belletrist.
Emma Dabiri Releases New Book 'What White People Can Do Next'
Emma Dabiri's latest book 'What White People Can do Next' addresses the part of activism that's often neglected. It's about allyship and moving forwards, rather than standing still.
Dior Celebrates The Work of Female Photographers With Their New Book
'Her Dior: Maria Grazia Chiuri’s New Voice' will be available to purchase from Monday 8 March, in anticipation of this year's International Women's Day.
The Rare Books Behind Kim Jones's Fendi Couture Debut
Nestled amongst the F-shaped glass mazes of Jones's Fendi S/S 21 couture set lay shelves brimming with rare books, manuscripts and ephemera charting the storied relationship between Virginia Woolf and her lover Vita Sackville-West.
Dior Presents A Digital Version of 'Dior Par Christian Dior'
A book that pays tribute Christian Dior's signature designs, 'Dior Par Christian Dior', is now available in digital form, celebrating the house's 70th anniversary.
Supriya Lele and Jamie Hawkesworth Travel to India for a New Publication
The book, described as 'a celebration of people, place and the next generation of Indian girls,' sees the designer explore her heritage with the help of Hawkesworth as they travel along the holy Narmada river in central India.
Kim Gordon Releases New Book 'No Icon'
In a follow-up to her 2015 autobiography 'Girl in a Band: A Memoir,' the 90s style icon has compiled a hardcover visual scrapbook of her life.
Karen Elson Has Written a Fashion Memoir
'The Red Flame' chronicles the supermodel's decades-long career in the industry via fashion imagery, alongside highly personal prose written by Elson.
'Don't Touch Me' Exhibition Explores Exposure and Self-Protection Through Art
Curated by Rosie Reed and featuring works by Lotte Andersen, Gray Wielebinski and Lindsey Mendick, the exhibition takes place in a disused office space in Newcombe House on Notting Hill Gate.
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Interview: Gerald Jenkins on It's After the End of the World
Jenkins explains his photography book, It's After the End of the World, named after one of Sun Ra's most otherworldly albums.
Interview: Jeppe Ugelvig on Fashion Work 1993-2018: 25 Years of Art in Fashion
The critic and curator's first book focuses on four of the most radical fashion/art makers – Bernadette Corporation, Susan Cianciolo and her brand Run, Bless, and DIS.
Interview: Georgina Johnson on The Slow Grind
The creative polymath's first book is a collection of essays and conversations exploring a holistic approach to living and working sustainably.
Interview: Dal Chodha on Show Notes
Dal Chodha spoke to Sarah Kathryn Cleaver about his new book, Show Notes, and lockdown life... even giving us a writing lesson in the process.
New Book 'Loss & Hope' Explores The Nuances Of Grief
Loss and Hope explores the nuances of grief, mental health and addiction, with contributions by figures including Sebastian Faulks and Adwoa Aboah.