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Nao Saito explores the kitchens of South India, bringing together architecture, cookery, and conversation.
Artist draws her incredible journey from rural poverty to a life in art. Now in riso.
Here are India’s best-known beasts rendered by a variety of folk and tribal artists. Screen-printed on handmade paper.
Beautifully illustrated and designed folk stories from an indigenous community in South India.
Zany artist Koki Oguma wanders around his neighbourhood, creating the strange, wonderful stories about people.
An urban nature lover learns about a tropical forest by walking through it with an indigenous forest-dweller.
A Gond tribal fable about water…and on the human relationship to this most primeval of elements.
Trace, flip and bring each animal in this book face to face with his or her twin… What happens next? That’s up to you!
Stuck with a stubborn hiccup? Try these remedies. Absurd text and humorous art come together.
Extract from Marx’s rant on the mind-numbing power of money, visually interpreted for the 21st century.
In this poetic memoir, Mithila painter Santosh Kumar Das pays a tribute to the muses that transformed him.
This book calls for a re-imagining of global picture book history: with the former Soviet Union at the centre of this narrative web.