Pictorial Recipe Ideas
978-1-912634-25-5 * £9.99 / $12.95 * Published April 2021
Sketchy Vegan Cooking is a book of 50 illustrated vegan recipe ideas.
This is a different sort of cookbook… You won’t find many precise measurements or specific instructions here. You will find a clear visual guide to making uncomplicated good food from simple, real ingredients.
The recipe ideas in Sketchy Vegan Cooking are hand-drawn and almost wordless, so it’s easy to see the whole cooking process at a glance. Perfect for visual thinkers who enjoy being creative and improvising in the kitchen!
Michi Mathias makes hand-drawn illustrations and observational comics with pen & ink and watercolour, somewhat wonky whilst still reasonably accurate and detailed… read more.
Special Limited Edition (PRE-ORDER) * £50
Standard Edition (PRE-ORDER) * 978-1-912634-24-8 * £14.99
Standard Edition North America (PRE-ORDER) * 978-1-454943-12-9 * $19.95
Modern Witch Tarot Journal is far more than a guidebook, with sections on…
Lavishly illustrated with all new full-page colour artwork by Lisa Sterle, Modern Witch Tarot Journal has a faux-leather cover with the Modern Witch logo embossed on the back.
Use it with Modern Witch Tarot, or any of your favourite tarot decks!
250 pages | 120gsm uncoated woodfree paper | ribbon bookmark
The Coalition of Visionary Resources names Lisa Sterle’s
as Gold Winner, Tarot Products, in the 2020 COVR Visionary Awards.View Post
Find out where to buy a copy and read what reviewers are saying about the book…View Post
In this blog post, Sean shares some background on how the book came about, as well as how gardening and mindfulness have benefited his life.
The Garden is published 21 May. Pre-order from our webshop.View Post
John Cei Douglas is an illustrator and comic artist based in London, creator of Show Me The Map To Your Heart and self-published titles Badger vs Tiger! and Static. He has worked with a variety of clients and projects over the years and developed a distinct lyrical style for his work, often favouring ‘silent’ comic narratives and muted colour palettes while exploring themes of mental health and relationships with warmth and empathy, through picture books and comics to editorial pieces.
Read some of John’s comics for free
John’s publications for Liminal 11:
Watch this space!
We hope you are all staying safe at this unprecedented time! Here is an update about how our webshop orders may be affected by COVID-19:
We currently have a healthy team and are continuing to send out orders!
However, we are only able to ship out orders once a week on Thursdays. If you want to get your order as soon as possible, please order before Thursday!View Post
We’re thrilled to announce a new project from Fez Inkwright: Botanical Curses and Poisons: The Shadow Lives of Plants. This gorgeous book will be published in September 2020.
It’s a sequel of sorts to the much-beloved book Folk Magic and Healing (available now in our webshop!).View Post
978-1-912634-22-4 * £12.99 * Published 20 September 2020
From the creator of Folk Magic and Healing!
‘If you drink much from a bottle marked ‘poison’, it is almost certain to disagree with you, sooner or later.’
– Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
Poisonings are among the most memorable deaths in history, from the Roman Empire to the Medieval era and beyond. Concealed and deliberate, it’s a crime that must be planned in advance. And yet there is a fine line between healing and poisoning – Paracelsus argued that only the dosage matters!
In Botanical Curses and Poisons, Fez Inkwright returns to folkloric and historical archives to uncover historical uses and the fascinating, untold stories behind deadly plants,witching herbs and fungi.
Beautifully illustrated by Inkwright, this treasury of folklore is packed with insight, lore and the revealed mysteries of everyday flora – perfect for gardeners, writers, folklorists, witches and general knowledge buffs alike!
Fez Inkwright is an illustrator, author, and folklorist. Her greatest passions are botany, nature, primitive religions, and folklore, which flavour most of her work. For the past eight years she has produced work for children’s books, hand-drawn maps, and tattoo design, and now spends her time indulging in conservation work and writing. She lives in Bristol, UK, with two cats and several hundred bees.
Ivy Berces is a student-illustrator born and based in Manila, Philippines. She shares her magical art online as Prinsomnia, her plant-loving persona, as well as compiling a plant-based character design project under the same name called Project Plantare.
Ivy has worked for numerous music projects such as Adib Sin, Jazz Hop Cafe, Sad Boy With A Laptop, and more. Her work has been featured on Candy Magazine, Voyage to the Stars, Dames Zine, and Hawkers Magazine. She is also an Art and Design editor at the Benildean Press Corps.
When she’s away from the daily grind for commissions or school work, Ivy loves tending to her lush rooftop garden where she relishes her love for plants, books, and tarot cards.
Check out her INPRNT shop
Ivy’s publications for Liminal 11:
Watch this space!
This is a special guest post by Shia Su, aka Wasteland Rebel. If you like this recipe and are interested in reducing waste, please check out Shia’s book Zero Waste: Simple Life Hacks to Drastically Reduce Your Trash.View Post
We’re delighted to share that Liminal 11 has secured North American trade distribution with Sterling Publishing. The agreement covers USA, Canada and related territories.View Post
By Sarah Wray
This blog post is written from my own personal experience as a self-described vegan-ish flexitarian, with a lot of help from Sara Botero‘s insightful new guidebook The Essential Vegan Toolkit. I’m not an expert on this topic and I do not claim to speak for everybody!
While some of us are still trying to wake up after the holidays, January has decided rather rudely to continue moving forward – leaving us nearly two weeks into 2020 already! And if you made a new year’s resolution, there’s a good chance you’re struggling with it at this point. An estimated 80% of resolutions are failed or forgotten by February each year. There are a lot of reasons for this, a huge one being that many people see a one-time step off the so-called righteous path as a reason to quit entirely.View Post