A classic bestseller with Aboriginal myths described by Charles Mountford, and illustrated by the paintings and line drawings of Ainslie Roberts.
The photographs in this book were taken through the windows of commercial aircraft. The planes differed greatly, varying from 10 to 50 seaters that fly around the more isolated locations of the South Pacific, South East Asia and the Australian Outback to the larger intercontinental airplanes that carry 400 - 500 passengers.
A lushly illustrated collection of Kerry Leishmans artwork as it appeared throughout newspaper publications such as the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age over several decades. Includes comments from famous and infamous columnists, as well as select quotes from the articles themselves. Gives a snapshot of the issues at large at the time.
Taking a close look at the complexities of bringing an artist’s work to their audience, this practical guide will help readers through the maze of marketing possibilities that confronts the music industry. It builds understanding of the fundamental issues and examines the theory and practice of best leveraging both paid and ‘free’ opportunities.
This memoir from one of the most respected figures in the history of the Australian music industry has been acclaimed by the movers and shakers who knew the popular author – Nick Hampton.