I came across Officina do Cego, run by a group of crafts and art people in Lisbon, thanks to Kristine Martinova. She introduced us to the president of the Association, Nuno Ramos, who explained how they teach and make work using screen and letterpress printing. They make their own books, so also teach bookbinding. Walking into…… Continue reading Old is new again
Where’s Lenny and Lenny and Wilbur are two new books coming out this August. They will be available at all cool bookstores in the UK. They are already in US bookstores.
What can you do when you hear something like, ‘I really love your books but this one is too expensive. Why is so pricey?’ You explain; all the expertise, time, and hours that have gone into making the book, the production in China, the… You realise that your fan has glazed over, dipped out, you’ve…… Continue reading Books are too expensive. Or so I’m told
Ken Wilson-Max takes part as one the group of illustrators and authors at the Pop Up Festival 2912. Pop Up inspires communities through stories. Our far-reaching literature and story-making programme for schools and families impacts on thousands of children and parents. This is followed by a major public celebration bringing communities and families, authors and…… Continue reading Pop Up Festival 2012