The Christmas Postman

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Hi folks, just a little note to gently remind you that if you’re ordering books online to gift your nearest and dearest this Christmas that you should do so with plenty of time to avoid disappointment. The postmen of the world are very busy at this time of year, after all, and we don’t want any tears under the tree.

For all orders to mainland UK addresses please order by Friday 19th December (1st Class and Royal Mail Signed For)

EUROPE: 

International Signed For (Premium Shipping)

Monday 8 December – Cyprus, Eastern Europe

Tuesday 9 December – France, Greece, Poland

Saturday 13 December – Western Europe (excluding France, Greece, Poland)

Dates for USA AND R.O.W (Rest of the World):

Smartpost – December 10th

USPS Priority – December 18th

FedEx Ground December 16th

FedEx Priority –  December 22nd

FedEx 2 day – December 19th

FedEx Standard Express 3 day – December 18th

Fedex Priority International – December 18th

Fedex Economy International – December 16th

We cannot guarantee delivery before the 25th of December for any orders placed after these dates.  Happy shopping, and Merry Christmas!

Posted by angela on Dec 10th, 11:48am

HiFest

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Another event to look forward to this weekend will be Hifest Illustration festival based in Hastings. The event is packed with workshops, fantastic exhibitors and some stellar artists; including Quentin Blake, John Vernon Lord and Ben Newman. We’ll have a stall set up and ready to cater to all your christmas needs, and for that extra special gift you can get specially signed copies of Vernon Lord’s book Drawn to Drawing and Professor Astro Cat’s Frontiers of Space by Ben Newman as both artists will be stopping by the Nobrow stand to sign some books. Go on, get yourself a treat.

Posted by angela on Dec 3rd, 01:40pm

Makers Christmas Fair

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Finally, it’s here! The season we all love to hate, the season to be jolly, the season to glut, revel and rejoice; mince pies, brandy wine, mistletoe, mulled wine, bright glittery lights, Terry’s Chocolate Orange, roast tatties (more than usual), and some more wine (errherm)! Refusing to milk the festive cow is considered nothing short of lunacy. And as we’d like to milk for all we can, we’ll be kicking December off with an ole’ fashioned stall at a Christmas fair. We’re  joining the likes of Wool and the Gang and the Cocoa Den at the Maker’s Market at 260-264 Kingsland Road on Saturday 6th of December to share in some creative cheer with London’s finest craft-minded folk. You’d be silly not to join us.

And if you want to know a little more here’s what the organisers have to say about the event:

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Posted by angela on Dec 2nd, 02:44pm

Words from Miss Hodgson

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The year twenty fourteen is drawing to a close and before the final curtain call we thought we’d catch up with our authors for a little hello; chat about their books and see what they have in their sketchbooks (sneeeaky). First up is Jesse Hodgson. Jesse is a bristol based illustrator and author of  the wonderful children’s picture book Pongo. Pongo is a beautiful tale and one that we go back to again and again, both to marvel over Jesse’s illustration style, which is simply a joy, and to revel in the warmth of her narrative. Here, folks, is Jesse Hodgson.

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Posted by angela on Nov 28th, 12:31pm

Nobrow and Jamie Coe at Short Run!

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Nobrow is packing it up and heading out to Seattle, home of the wonderful Short Run Festival.  Going on its fourth year, Short Run is a fun festival celebrating comics and art in the Pacific Northwest and around the world.  Your friends at Nobrow fall squarely in the “around the world” category, so of course we’re bringing our beautiful books from our internationally renowned artists!

We’ll also have our newest releases like Roman Muradov’s beautiful and mysterious (In a Sense) Lost and Found, Corinne Maier and Anne Simon’s essential Marx, and Dustin Harbin’s tremendous Behold! The Dinosaurs!, plus an appearance from our friend Jamie Coe, who will be flying in from London to sign copies of his new book, the excellent Art Schooled!

We’re also excited about Jamie being named Short Run Festival’s special UK guest this year, and we hope you’ll join us at the festival, where he’ll be signing his books and selling an exclusive limited edition screen print, and again on November 20th, where he’ll be making a presentation at the Seattle Public Library’s Capitol Hill branch.  A lot of big things are in the works for Jamie, so don’t miss your chance to meet the man behind one of our favorite new comics!

If all of that sounds good to you, then we’ll see you at Table B10 in Washington Hall in Seattle on November 15th for the festival, and again at the Capitol Hill Library on the 20th for Jamie’s presentation!  We can’t wait!  We won’t!  In fact we’re just going to head out to Seattle right now to get a head start!  See you there!

Posted by angela on Nov 12th, 03:19pm

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