by Keith Richards
With the Rolling Stones, Keith Richards created the riffs, the lyrics and the songs that roused the world, and over four decades he lived the original rock and roll life: taking the chances he wanted, speaking his mind, and making it all work in ...
by Kate Knapp
The world can be a funny old place at times. But hey, it's the only one we have. So we'd best put on our best smiles, and our best foot forward. In the time-honoured tradition of the black-and-white artist, Australian illustrator Kate Knapp ...
by Alan Staines & Allan Staines
This book is specifically designed to deal with problems confronted when renovating or altering an existing dwelling. It also shows step-by-step how to accomplish popular renovation projects. <br>It solves problems such as rising damp, floor and ...
by Katrina Strickland
The reputations of artists are curious things, influenced by factors beyond the quality of the work. Affairs of the Art explores the role those left behind play in burnishing an artist's reputation after he or she dies. Through interviews with ...
by Yann Arthus-Bertrand
The aerial photographs in this collection, often taken from a low altitude, show landscapes, dwellings, coasts, forests, and animals. They reveal the imprint of human civilization on the face of the globe, recording the impact of population and ...
by Neil MacGregor
Neil MacGregor's "A History of the World in 100 Objects" takes a bold, original approach to human history, exploring past civilizations through the objects that defined them. Encompassing a grand sweep of human history, "A History of the World in ...
by Staffan Widstrand, Florian Mollers & Peter Carins
The result of one of the largest photography projects ever undertaken, "Wild Wonders of Europe" presents an astonishing view of the continent's flora and fauna. Organized by Staffan Widstrand, Florian Mollers, Peter Cairns and Bridget Wijnberg, ...
by Scott Bridle
Helicopter pilot and photographer Scott Bridle offers a unique view of the vast cattle stations and raw natural beauty of outback Australia. Traversing Queensland, the Northern Territory and South Australia, his aerial shots - often captured ...
A Hippie Dream
by Neil Young
"Waging Heavy Peace" is the remarkable memoir of rock icon Neil Young. Neil Young is a singular figure in the history of rock and pop culture in the last four decades, inducted not once but twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
A Guide to Retrofitting
by Derek Wrigley
In 1991, architect and solar consultant Derek Wrigley moved into a townhouse in Canberra and faced a new design challenge - how to retrofit an existing suburban house to use renewable energies rather than fossil fuels. Convinced that building ...
200 Years of Botanical Illustration
by Alex George
With their bold flowering and fruiting spikes, banksias remain a favourite among artists and gardeners alike. A Banksia Album features over 90 stunning full-colour reproductions of watercolours, pencil and sepia-wash drawings, colour prints and ...
by Brian Sibley
Packed with exclusive behind-the-scenes photographs, this official illustrated guide tells the detailed story of the making of the highly anticipated new film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, directed by Peter Jackson. Enter Bilbo Baggins' ...
by Robin Boyd
Fifty years after its first publication, Robin Boyd's bestselling The Australian Ugliness remains the definitive statement on how we live and think in the environments we create for ourselves. In it Boyd railed against Australia's promotion of ...
by Rod Stewart
This is the long-awaited autobiography of one of rock's true megastars. Rod Stewart (aka Rod The Mod and to a very select few, Dad) was born the working-class son of a Scottish plumber in North London. He was never, as some stories later had it, ...
by Scott Kelby
Scott Kelby, author of The Digital Photography Book (the best-selling digital photography book of all time), is back with another follow-up to his smash best-seller, with an entirely new book that picks up right where volume 3 left off.
by Pitt, George Dibdin
"[This] grisly melodrama stirs powerful feelings of revulsion and terror in a modern reader with imagination, and with an uneasy respect for evil. The labyrinthine cellars beneath Sweeney's shop are as twisted and murky as the psychological abyss ...eBook
by Thomas Swan
<p> Scotland Yard's art crime detective Jack Oxby tackles the mystery behind the destruction of valuable Cezanne paintings, criss-crossing St. Petersburg, New York City, London, Provence, Boston, and Paris.</p><p>When Inspector Jack Oxby links ...eBook
How to Develop Fun and Marketable 3D Games
by Adam Watkins
<P>Unity brings you ever closer to the "author once, deploy anywhere" dream. With its multiplatform capabilities, you can target desktop, web, mobile devices, and consoles using a single development engine. Little wonder that Unity has quickly ...eBook
by Yuriko Matsukawa
Ryuuichi is possibly the greatest magician in all the world. His tricks are spectacular and he is nearly impossible to hire. But it is not his bag of tricks that make him the greatest; it is his ability to solve mysteries. With flair and cunning ...eBook
by Tadgell, Christopher
<P>Christopher Tadgell covers the major architectural traditions of the Middle Ages, from the Romanesque architecture of the ninth and tenth centuries, built on the legacy of ancient Rome and including elements from Carolingian, Ottonian, ...eBook