This is on my Christmas list and might well make it onto yours. Black Ivy by Jason Jules and Graham Marsh lands in December.
Tag: Graham Marsh
If you see the name Graham Marsh attached to something, there’s every chance that it is a stylish piece of work. With that in mind, we have high hopes for Jazz Festival: Jim Marshall, which is heading your way via Reel Art Press.
If you know the name Graham Marsh, it could be because you own the wonderful The Ivy Look book or indeed, Michael Caine 1960s or the jazz-inspired Max and the Lost Note kids book. Regardless of that, you will probably want to take notice of the Graham Marsh-designed Vintage Ivy […]
There’s no denying that Michael Caine was a sharp dresser in the 1960s. If you are in any doubt, the Michael Caine: 1960s book by Graham Marsh should make things a lot clearer.
Looking for the lowdown on ivy? The Ivy Look is the obvious place to start.
We mentioned this on the Facebook page a while back to a good reception, but at the time, Hollywood and the Ivy Look by Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh wasn’t available to order. It is now – and you can also secure one in London tomorrow.
If the name is familiar, it’s perhaps from the Max and the Lost Note book or indeed, from the essential The Ivy Look book, both of which he authored. Well, staying on that 60s jazz/modernist tip, Graham Marsh has a new book on the market soon, specifically Coast to Coast […]
We previewed it months ago, but finally, The Ivy Look by Graham Marsh and JP Gaul has finally been released. Not only released, we have a review of it online too. Subtitled 'An Illustrated Pocket Guide', it pretty much aims to be just that, covering the look, the detailing and […]