Case Studies

Book Design

'Chasing the Wind - William Barr Craig 1875 - 1934'

'Chasing the Wind - William Barr Craig 1875 - 1934'

Stephen Lipple

Some 1,218 pages, two volumes, five designers and 20 years is what it has taken to publish the story of one man's life and how the legacy of his 60 years has shaped the family generations that followed. Volume one examines William Barr Craig's early life in Scotland as a young man forms his ideologies and volume two traces his migration to New Zealand and his early journalistic career and family life.

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'Drill to Mill'  The Independence Group Story

'Drill to Mill'  The Independence Group Story

The Independence Group

The Independence Group is one of the last Australian-owned diversified miners and Drill to Mill is the story of the making of the company.

This 220-page, coffee table book explores the 17-year journey from an idea, formed around a kitchen table, to a company with a current market capitalisation of seven billion dollars, employing thousands of people across Australia.

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'Our Art, Our Culture, Our Way'

'Our Art, Our Culture, Our Way'

Esperance Community Arts

'Our Art, Our Culture, Our Way' documents five years of Kepa Kurl Community Arts Programs.

'Sharing culture through the arts is reconciliation and healing for everyone, the arts being the best medium of educating the wider community about our culture'.

Jennell Reynolds, Aboriginal Arts Coordinator.

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'Finches of Australia'

'Finches of Australia'

Col Roberts

This exquisite publication meticulously focuses on Australian finches through a 450 page coffee table book displaying more than 600 stunning bird photographs by Col Roberts. Although very much a niche publication it has been embraced by its audience both critically and through sales.

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'Pioneer Daughter'

'Pioneer Daughter'

Gillian Lilleyman

A new book was recently published by author Gillian Lilleyman, called Pioneer Daughter, affectionately known in our studio as 'Fanny's Diary'. It is the edited interpretation of the diary of Frances Louisa Brockman, who diarised her life in the Margaret River region of WA from 1872 until 1905. It provides a unique and fascinating perspective of a rural farming life which intersected with many well-known historical characters of the region.

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'The BooBook'

'The BooBook'

Wendy Binks

The BooBook is the latest children's book by author, illustrator and publisher Wend Binks. It is a beautifully rich story written by Jennifer Mars, about the interaction of a boy and a boo-book owl. Set high in the treetops, the story takes us on a fantastic adventure with an environmental twist.

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