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Spanish artist Maguma reinterprets a classic tale of greed and need with two parallel visual narratives.
Four specially-selected titles about the relationship between women’s lives, work and art.
An adapted classic about conflict and resolution, printed with Tara Books’ vintage letterpress.
An urban nature lover learns about a tropical forest by walking through it with an indigenous forest-dweller.
Nao Saito explores the kitchens of South India, bringing together architecture, cookery, and conversation.
A genre defying cross-media project reclaiming the Brer Rabbit stories.
A quintessentially Indian version of Pinocchio, illustrated in the style of the Patua scroll tradition of eastern India.
From childhood memories of colour to the practical details of paint…
Early 20th century feminist utopia – classic text illustrated by contemporary woman artist from the Gond tribe.
One of Charles Dickens’ earlier works, wonderfully resurrected by a contemporary Italian artist.
A vividly illustrated one-of-a-kind retelling of the great Indian epic by a twelve-year old.