READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. James Gulliver Hancock’s drawings are detailed and sometimes have an everything at once style. He has drawn New York buildings and streetscapes, people’s obsessional collections, a typewriter, aerial views of Venice, rooftops in Paris and all the chairs he has sat on. He’s painted murals for the New York subway and for other clients like a restaurant in the Meat Packing District. He is prolific, and he has taken on numerous other illustration and commercial art projects. See his website jamesgulliverhancock.com or allthebuildingsinnewyork.com.
James Gulliver Hancock talks about his book Park, how commercial art projects come about, and murals...
James Gulliver Hancock talks about the origin of his drawing Underground New York.
READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. If there any baby-boomers out there who attended a Rolling Stones concert from 1962-66, anywhere in the world, Richard Houghton wants to hear your stories. He is writing a book on The Rolling Stones that focuses on the fans and social history of Britain at the time.
Richard Houghton mentions some favourite novels and showbiz and political autobiographies...
Richard Houghton talks about Britain around the time The Rolling Stones emerged, which he wants to hear stories about, from people who attended the concerts of the Stones from 1962-66...
Richard Houghton tells how he started collecting stories for his book about the fans of The Rolling Stones formed in Dartford, Kent in 1962, and the society of 1962-66.
READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. The world of copywriting has changed in many ways, with the internet opening up employment opportunities. But the principles haven't changed from the days of legendary copywriters like David Ogilvie, and the Mad Men era of the 1960s. Here Demian Farnworth from Copyblogger Media talks about copywriting and lists some favourite books.
Demian Farnworth, chief copywriter at Copyblogger Media, mentions some other favorite books and talks about the copywriting biz.
The last Lifeline Bookfest at Caboolture was held from September 26 to 28. Norman Wallis delivers this solemn valedictory report. The Lifeline Bookfests will continue selling second-hand books though. Lifeline is a charity providing services like phone counselling. Literally millions of these paper- and hardback treasures will go on sale at the Brisbane Bookfest in January 2015. So plan your trip now.