Ridley’s was a temporary restaurant built on a 5m by 5m concrete square overlooking the traders of Ridley Road Market. Every meal served at Ridley’s was made using only produce from the market. Visitors to the restaurant were sent out to the market to source ingredients, becoming part of the restaurant’s supply chain. The book is a ‘how to of sorts’, each chapter takes the readers from the general (the red pages) to the specifics of the project (the white pages). At the back of the book is a selection of recipes of the meals cooked at Ridley’s titled Meals for Twenty.
Zētēsis: research generated by curiosity is a research journal that welcomes experimental, provocative and critical engagement with the intersecting landscapes of fine art, philosophy, and the wild sciences. Zetesis invites artists, philosophers, cultural theorists and scientists to consider the ethical, political and aesthetic impact emerging from the advances in contemporary physics, meta-mathematics, queer theory, morphogenesis, feminist ecologies, and all types of ‘thinking machines’.
Half way in between an illustrated book and a graphic novel, the book wants to marry the story of Martin Luther King Jr as narrated by African-American writer Arthur Flower, to the scrolls illustrated by Manu Chitrakar, artist from the Bengal region of India, making art according to the style and colour palette of the Patua tradition.
The jackets edges are trimmed and folded on the book asymmetrically, in order to a give a different physical aspect the each cover, and to highlight the different perspective and approach of the authors.
Venetian cookbook (of sorts) and short gazetteer of bars and restaurants of the city. From cicchetti to drinks, the book is a cookery book with the feeling of a diary, with Russell Norman’s selection of recipes pairing with Jenny Zarins’ photographs of kitchens, outdoor markets in Venice and indoor shots of Polpo restaurant in London.
The book presents a collection of over 400 photographs and illustrations documenting changes in fashion from 1900 to the present days.
Catalogue of the exhibition David Hockney: A Bigger Picture. The book presents the different work on show at the Royal Academy, which also redefines him as an important painter of the English Countryside. Together with traditional paintings, sketchbooks and watercolours, the book shows the changing of the seasons in Yorkshire through the use of digital media: photography, film and iPad drawings.