COMPETITION | Start your art book collection on us!

COMPETITION | Start your art book collection on us!

To celebrate Art Month in September, we’re offering one lucky bibliophile the chance to WIN OVER $1900 worth of beautiful art & design books!

From publishing powerhouses to one-man presses, new releases to old classics, we’ve hand-picked some of our most coveted titles from across all of our art & design categories.

For your chance to WIN, simply tell us in 50 words or less: what is your favourite art or design book, & why?

Email your response, along with your full name, contact number and postcode by 30th September 2016 to: promotions-aus@kinokuniya.com

 

Prize includes:

Anselm KieferAnselm Kiefer

by Dominique Baque

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

RRP $104.99

 

 

 

Art as Therapy Art as Therapy

by Alain de Botton

Publisher: Phaidon

RRP $45.00

 

 

 

Astres Noirs Astres Noirs

by Katrin Koenning &  Sarker Protick

Publisher: Chose Commune

Price: $90.00

 

 

 

brett-whiteley-drawingsBrett Whiteley Drawings

by Lou Klepac

Publisher: The Beagle Press

RRP $120.00

 

 

Chanel CatwalkChanel Catwalk

by Patrick Mauries & Adelia Sabatini

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

RRP $ 100.00

 

 

 

 

Courts 02aCourts 02

by Ward Roberts

Publisher: Éditions

RRP $49.95

 

 

 

ElementalElemental

by Rohan Hutchinson

Publisher: Rohan Hutchinson

RRP $ 37.00

 

 

 

ForeignerForeigner: Migration Into Europe 2015-2016

by  Daniel Castro Garcia & Thomas Saxby

Publisher: John Radcliffe Studio

Price $80.00

 

 

 

 

GrapefruitGrapefruit

by Yoko Ono

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Price $31.67

 

 

HeavyHeavy

by The Heavy Collective

Publisher: The Heavy Collective

RRP $35.00

 

 

 

HiroshigeHiroshige

by  Melanie Treade

Publisher: Taschen

Price: $66.48

 

 

Magnum StoriesMagnum Stories

by Chris Boot

Publisher: Phaidon

RRP $ 59.95

 

NanotechtureNanotecture

by Naomi Pollock

Publisher: Phaidon

RRP $29.95

 

 

 

 

Ngarra The Texta DrawingsNgarra: The Texta Drawings

ed. by Nick Tapper

Publisher: Mossenson Art Foundation

RRP $49.95

 

 

 

Public SydneyPublic Sydney

by Philip Thalis & Peter John Cantrill

Publisher: Sydney Living Museum

RRP $90.00

 

 

 

 

Rise & fallRise & Fall

by Micah Lidberg

Publisher: Nobrow Press

RRP $19.98

 

 

 

 

 

Rock the ShackRock the Shack

by Gest

Publisher: Gestalten

RRP $94.99

 

 

 

Saul BassSaul Bass

by Jennifer Bass & Pat Kirkham

Publisher: Laurence King

RRP: $100.00

 

 

Self Publish, Be HappySelf Publish, Be Happy

by Bruno Ceschel / Taryn Simon by Mono.Kultur

Publisher: Aperture

RRP $45.00

 

 

 

 

Taryn Simon Mono.Kultur2

Taryn Simon Mono.Kultur 

by Taryn Simon

Publisher: Mono.Kultur

RRP $14.00

 

 

 

The Art of Looking SidewaysThe Art of Looking Sideways

by Alan Fletcher

Publisher: Phaidon

RRP $49.95

 

 

The Decisive MomentThe Decisive Moment

by Henri-Cartier Bresson

Publisher: Steidl

RRP $155.00

 

 

 

The Design BookThe Design Book

ed. by Phaidon

Publisher: Phaidon

RRP $ 19.95

 

 

 

The Forever HouseThe Forever House

by Cameron Bruhn & Katelin Butler

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

RRP $70.00

 

 

The Law of ClosureThe Law of Closure

by Daniel Boyd

Publisher: Perimeter Editions

RRP $55.00

 

 

 

The Tale of TomorrowThe Tale of Tomorrow

by Sofia Borges (EDT), Sven Ehmann (EDT) & Robert Klanten (EDT)

Publisher: Gestalten

RRP $115.00

 

 

 

This Year's Model2This Year’s Model

by Go Itami

Publisher: Rondade

Price: $125.00

 

 

 

 

Vitamin D2Vitamin D

ed. by Phaidon

Publisher: Phaidon

RRP $49.95

 

 

 

(Prize available for pick up in store only. Only the winner will be contacted, before 31st October 2016. Limited to one entry per person only.)

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  1. Rachel Stivicic says:

    My favourite would be ‘Open Here: the Art of Instructional Design’. As a student, I was really excited about buying it, and it started me thinking that I would like to be a graphic designer…and I am 🙂

  2. Casey Howe says:

    I love the layout and overall design of ‘Visual Research: An introduction to Research in Graphic Design’. As a librarian in a creative media institute it’s difficult to engage visual thinkers with research. This book is particularly good at capturing the thinking and processes behind design research in an engaging way.

  3. Anniese Josey says:

    The 20th Century Artbook is my absolute favourite as it’s the first thing I look at when I need inspiration, I’m bored, I need cheering up. Its a wonderful compendium of interesting and inspirational art.

  4. Kinokuniya Australia says:

    Thank you to everyone who has commented here – great choices and responses! We love it! Please do make sure you are sending these through to us by email as well, to ensure that you have entered the competition as per the instructions above.

    Email your entry to: promotions-aus@kinokuniya.com

    Good luck!

  5. Sophie Penkethman-Young says:

    ‘Nature Morte – Michael Petry’ is my favourite. Its holographic cover shows a vase of flowers exploding, I loved it so much I would go to the shop to gaze at it, before lay-buying it. Every time I open it I discover something new, bold and inspiring.

  6. Tracy Fraser says:

    Margaret Olley by Barry Pearce. Every time I see this book I fall in love with painting and art and the works of Margaret Olley. An amazing artist, an amazing book and such an amazing life. I must buy my own copy one day rather than borrowing from the library and from friends.