‘An utterly joyous book, a celebration of our incomparable 11,000 miles of British coastline … an eye-opening delight from start to finish.’
‘Her passion for life in the rock pools shines through in this rallying cry for the importance of marine conservation.’
A wonderful review for Rock Pool by Heather Buttivant in Countryman magazine, ahead of publication this Thursday.
Just arrived – beautiful bound proofs of Heather Buttivant’s Rock Pool. If you are a reviewer or bookseller and would like a copy do let us know.
We are thrilled to be on the regional and country shortlists for The British Book Awards’ new Small Press of the Year prize. We are in great company with 40 other independent publishers – we’re proud to be part of such a flourishing and enterprising industry. The winner will be announced at the London Book Fair on 13 March 2019.
‘Phipps has compiled yet another weighty tome deeper than aesthetics and broader than brutalism. One thing Concrete Poetry resoundingly reaffirms is that brutalist sculpture continues to be as divisive as it is entrenched in the familiar landscape of postwar Britain.’
Last night saw the launch of Simon Phipps’ beautiful and timely new book Concrete Poetry: Post-War Modernist Public Art at the Barbican.
This stunning collection of photographs and book design by Studio Small is already garnering much praise.
Look out for features in the Guardian and Wallpaper.
‘This attractive, quirky entertaining illustrated guide to our railways’
We are delighted that October’s The Railway Adventures is an Editor’s Choice in this week’s Bookseller magazine.
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