Published Art

Published Art is different from all other bookshops in both form and content. The difference being that only the titles kept in stock are a handpicked and uniquely sourced selection from the best international publishers of Design, Architecture, Art, Fashion, Typography and Photography books, as well as a smattering of childrens books that are Art and design related, all in one destination.

With such a high turnover of stock customers benefit most by periodic visits. Like the shop, the website is updated frequently, if you add yourself to our mailing list you will be advised by email about new publications relevant to your interests.

BESTIARIO POP UP SPANISH ED.   

A mix 'n' match pop-up book that lets you create all kinds of weird and wonderful animals - wolf with silky fur, a monkey with a long twisty tail, a cockerel with ruffled feathers, even a lobster with a fan-shaped tail, a polar bear on its hind legs and a chameleon with wrinkly skin.  Beautifully designed a great way to start  Spanish with your small person.
Published Art
  
A board book features the vintage 1972 illustration "Girls" on the cover, as well as 26 classic Girard designs that celebrate color. Pre-schoolers learning to identify colors will enjoy this charming little book and its whimsical illustrations. Design-savvy adults will also love the retro illustrations and sophisticated packaging design.
Published Art
KID MADE MODERN
Designer Todd Oldham shares his love and admiration of mid-century design ideas and translates them into creative, colourful, and thoughtful projects for kids. Projects range from a cardboard box fort inspired by architect Luis Barragn to window decorations made from painted paper inspired by designer Russell Wright. One part design primer and two parts handmade fun, Kid Made Modern introduces kids to mid-century design heroes with 52 playful, simple-to-make craft projects. This delightful book features inexpensive, often recycled, and easily accessible materials with clear photography and easy-to-follow steps.
Published Art Kid Made Modern 
  
Tumble down the rabbit hole and find yourself in an inky black-and-white wonderland.
This interactive activity book takes you on a ramble through a secret garden created in beautifully detailed pen-and-ink illustrations—all waiting to be brought to life through coloring, but each also sheltering all kinds of tiny creatures just waiting to be found. And there are also bits of the garden that still need to be completed by you.
  
Published Art Secret Garden
 
THE LONELY DOLL
Since it was first published by  Dare Wright  in 1957, The Lonely Doll has established itself as a unique children's classic. Through innovative photography Dare Wright brings the world of dolls to life and entertains us with much more than just a story. Edith, the star of the show, is a doll from Wright's childhood, and Wright selected the bear family with the help of her brother. With simple poses and wonderful expressions, the cast of characters is vividly brought to life to tell a story of friendship.
  
Published Art The Lonely Doll
  
Dot is feeling a bit under appreciated. After all, Dot is only a dot, and what good is a dot? It looks like Dot could use a reminder of his important place in the world. How could a person see if he only had one dotted eye? And what would a dalmatian be without all its spots? More importantly, how could children ask for sweet treats without the dot in a question mark? Dot is about to get a big lesson on just how important he is—because there's a special spot for every dot in this world!
  
Published Art Not Just a Dot
  
Evocative details make this simple story a quiet delight. Two peas “pop out” of their pods to “get some air” and end up having a little adventure in the garden. Fleeing from would-be predators, they find a safe place under the ground to hide. Of course, being peas, they end up sprouting into pea plants that create new peas, one of which sets out at the end of the story on its own adventure, thereby continuing the circle of nature. Rivoal’s soft black-and-white etchings (the only color is the green of the peas) render a dreamlike, stylised depiction of vegetation that harkens back to the jungle paintings of fellow French artist Henri Rousseau.
Published Art Three Little Peas
Published Art, 1/52-58 Reservoir St,, Surry Hills, NSW
KIDsize Vibe

Published Art is different from all other bookshops in both form and content. The difference being that only the titles kept in stock are a handpicked and uniquely sourced selection from the best international publishers of Design, Architecture, Art, Fashion, Typography and Photography books, as well as a smattering of childrens books that are Art and design related, all in one destination.

With such a high turnover of stock customers benefit most by periodic visits. Like the shop, the website is updated frequently, if you add yourself to our mailing list you will be advised by email about new publications relevant to your interests.

BESTIARIO POP UP SPANISH ED.   
A mix 'n' match pop-up book that lets you create all kinds of weird and wonderful animals - wolf with silky fur, a monkey with a long twisty tail, a cockerel with ruffled feathers, even a lobster with a fan-shaped tail, a polar bear on its hind legs and a chameleon with wrinkly skin.  Beautifully designed a great way to start  Spanish with your small person. 
A board book features the vintage 1972 illustration "Girls" on the cover, as well as 26 classic Girard designs that celebrate color. Pre-schoolers learning to identify colors will enjoy this charming little book and its whimsical illustrations. Design-savvy adults will also love the retro illustrations and sophisticated packaging design.
KID MADE MODERN
Designer Todd Oldham shares his love and admiration of mid-century design ideas and translates them into creative, colourful, and thoughtful projects for kids. Projects range from a cardboard box fort inspired by architect Luis Barragn to window decorations made from painted paper inspired by designer Russell Wright. One part design primer and two parts handmade fun, Kid Made Modern introduces kids to mid-century design heroes with 52 playful, simple-to-make craft projects. This delightful book features inexpensive, often recycled, and easily accessible materials with clear photography and easy-to-follow steps.
Tumble down the rabbit hole and find yourself in an inky black-and-white wonderland.
This interactive activity book takes you on a ramble through a secret garden created in beautifully detailed pen-and-ink illustrations—all waiting to be brought to life through coloring, but each also sheltering all kinds of tiny creatures just waiting to be found. And there are also bits of the garden that still need to be completed by you.
 
THE LONELY DOLL
Since it was first published by  Dare Wright  in 1957, The Lonely Doll has established itself as a unique children's classic. Through innovative photography Dare Wright brings the world of dolls to life and entertains us with much more than just a story. Edith, the star of the show, is a doll from Wright's childhood, and Wright selected the bear family with the help of her brother. With simple poses and wonderful expressions, the cast of characters is vividly brought to life to tell a story of friendship.
Dot is feeling a bit under appreciated. After all, Dot is only a dot, and what good is a dot? It looks like Dot could use a reminder of his important place in the world. How could a person see if he only had one dotted eye? And what would a dalmatian be without all its spots? More importantly, how could children ask for sweet treats without the dot in a question mark? Dot is about to get a big lesson on just how important he is—because there's a special spot for every dot in this world!
Evocative details make this simple story a quiet delight. Two peas “pop out” of their pods to “get some air” and end up having a little adventure in the garden. Fleeing from would-be predators, they find a safe place under the ground to hide. Of course, being peas, they end up sprouting into pea plants that create new peas, one of which sets out at the end of the story on its own adventure, thereby continuing the circle of nature. Rivoal’s soft black-and-white etchings (the only color is the green of the peas) render a dreamlike, stylised depiction of vegetation that harkens back to the jungle paintings of fellow French artist Henri Rousseau.


Age Group
All Ages
Location and Details
Published Art, 1/52-58 Reservoir St,, Surry Hills, NSW
(02) 9212 1169