Martin Schwartz is a contemporary Danish illustrator and graphic designer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. His series of city prints pay tribute to the variety of buildings that can be found in every city. He invests a lot of time researching the city in order to fully understand its DNA. Talking with locals and visiting each neighborhood are all vital parts of his research. The end result is a stunning jigsaw puzzle which depicts the city’s most iconic buildings, historical bars as well as typical living houses down in their finest details.
The Broadsheet Italian Cookbook features 80 essential recipes from Australia’s best restaurants, cafes and bars, forming the definitive guide to contemporary Italian-Australian dining in all its forms.
Recipes span entrees, mains, desserts, sides, antipasti and cocktails. Each dish is accompanied by a brief interview with the relevant chef and an image taken on location by renowned food photographer Mark Roper.
Further chapters offer practical advice on navigating the intimidating worlds of Italian cheese, smallgoods, pasta, tomatoes and wine via easy-to-use glossaries.
Broadsheet Sydney & Melbourne
A collection of more than 80 recipes for the city’s best breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts, the book features many of our favourite venues. Each recipe is more than a dish, it’s part of the fabric of Sydney’s diverse dining scene.
The Broadsheet Cookbooks are something unique. Ultimately, it’s another way for us to share Sydney and Melbourne’s culinary stories.
Sydney featured restaurants, cafes and bars include: 10 William Street, Acme, The Apollo, Brickfields, Longrain, Golden Century, Mamak Pinbone, Ruby’s Diner and Three Blue Ducks.
Melbourne featured restaurants, cafes and bars include: Baker D. Chirico, Chin Chin, Cumulus Inc., Dainty Sichuan, The Everleigh, Huxtaburger, Pope Joan, Tonka, The Town Mouse and Vue de Monde.
For the love of sailing, for the love of the Great Ocean, for the love of stories of remarkable humans and their spirits, for the love of Hobart… This book captures it all. The Sydney Hobart Yacht race stops our Nation on Boxing Day, it's a race that people travel the world to compete in. However as this book explores it is not just the race, it embodies so much more and the stories within give you a glimpse into the competitive sailing world and its people. Stunning portraits and stories will draw you in and make you dream, big.
“ This new book on Australia’s famous blue water classic, the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, will become a collector’s item. Photographer Andrew Wilson has put together an amazing array of intimate portraits and extensive interviews of some of the absolute legends of the race. Backed by some excellent writing from journalist and race media director Di Pearson, if you love great stories about people doing exceptional things under difficult conditions, then you will love this book” - Roger McMillan, Editor, my sailing.com.au
“Andrew’s book, makes us dream. It’s the next best thing to sailing to Hobart!”- Philippe Kahn, Pegasus Racing
“An extraordinary book. Amazing photos supported by great story telling”- Geoff Stagg, Stagg RacingA limited number of copies now available at LUC Design in store and online.