BIB WOODSTOCK VINYLS Tracklist Nadir's Big Chance 3:27 The Institute Of Mental Health, Burning 3:50 Open Your Eyes 5:10 Nobody's Business 4:15 Been Alone So Long 4:20 Pompeii 4:50 Shingle Song 4:10 Airport 3:02 People You Were Going To 5:10 Birthday Special 3:40 Two Or Three Spectres...
BIB WOODSTOCK ARCHITECTURE Educated in England, David Adjaye’s lifelong dream was to return to Africa as an architect to document the continent’s built environment. Over a decade, he tirelessly documented these dynamic, colorful cities, photographing thousands of buildings, sites, and public spaces, and letting each building speak for itself.
BIB WOODSTOCK ARCHITECTURE Johannesburg One City Colliding Worlds is comprised of five essays on the city of Johannesburg, first published in the Sunday Times newspaper in February and March 2002, as the first Bessie Head Fellowship articles.
Bib-Obz. SA NON-Fiction. When President Habyarimanas jet was shot down in April 1994, Rwanda erupted into a hundred-day orgy of killing which left up to a million dead. Fergal Keane travelled through the country as the genocide was continuing, and his powerful analysis reveals the terrible truth behind the headlines.
Bib-Obz. Fiction. Tom Healy was in trouble. His theatrical troupe needed to get to Alder Gulch, Montana, and the weather was turning. Andy Barker promised Tom he could get them there safely, but Tom was reluctant to trust him: he had the lives of three actresses to consider, and his personal feelings for Janice further heightened his concern.
BIB WOODSTOCK - South african Four lives in crisis. On the same day. In the same hotel. The doctor tells her, happened over 200 years ago. Confused and alone, all she wants is to return to her family and prove the doctor wrong. Jacqui arrives in East London with a mission, to blackmail an old client. But first she must get past his bodyguards.
Street Art Sharp Sharp is a full colour exploration of the South African street. Photographer Ed Suter has an eye for the off beat, the contemporary and the traditional and it’s all there on the streets of downtown South Africa.
South African This book is written as an attempt to understand what psychological factors played a dominant role and undoubtedly contributed to Afrikaners creating apartheid in 1948 – a fatal choice of radical and humiliating race segregation. The book follows their tracks from 1795 to 1948.
Art Tseng has worked with some of today’s most genre-defying visual artists and designers whose work extends well beyond skateboard culture. From sneaker and apparel design to product packaging, posters, high-profile ad campaigns and fine art galleries, the work of these artists is often recognizable, though their creators’ names remain unknown, until now.
BIB WOODSTOCK - Dvd In this hilarious and heart warming animated adventure, Horton is a fun loving elephant who hears a cru for help coming from a speck of dust floating through the air. He soon discovers the speck is home to Who-ville, a city inhabited by tiny people in big trouble...
South African This book celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1956 women’s march on the Union Buildings. It provides a dramatic and unprecedented showcase of photographic talent, from the early pioneers of social documentary, including Anne Fischer and Constance Stuart Larrabee, to the challenging images created by women in South Africa today. 75...
BIBLIOPHILIA is a boutique bookshop in Woodstock specialising in graphic design, art, street art, illustration & photography, plus a small selection of local documentaries, music , Vinyls and dvds. With a section dedicated to local art.
48 Albert Road Woodstock. Open Mon - Fri 9am -5pm & Saturday 10am - 3pm
Our new store in the heart of old Observatory is returning books to the 'reading' suburb with the welcome option of drinking a coffee while browsing our large collection. A shared effort between Blank Books, Bibliophilia and 'That Place' coffeeshop.
A general second hand and collectible bookshop in Albert Rd (Lower Main Rd.) in the Salt Circle Arcade - opposite the Biscuit Mill. Open Mon-Fri 10-16:30 and Saturdays 9am-3:30pm.
A vibrant yet relaxing space for you to enjoy coffee, cakes, muffins, fresh juices and schwarmas, all while browsing books!
Come spend some time in a wonderfully comfortable space with free wi-fi, refreshments and lots and lots of reading material.