A special limited edition of Paul Kidby's definitive collection of Discworld illustration! The Discworld Imaginarium is a rich portfolio of stunning artwork from Terry Pratchett's incredible books.
All your our favourite characters and Paul Kidby illustrations, bound in one mighty tome, with forty never-before-seen artworks, book covers and rare pieces from global publications brought together in this magnificent hardback coffee-table book.
This special deluxe issue features a handsome slipcase, metallic edges (ooh, shiny), ribbon pagemarker and an exclusive piece of artwork created especially for this version. Oh... and every copy is signed by the hand of the artist himself!
Limited to an edition of 2,000
Measures a HUGE 24 x 31.8cms, with a thickness of 3.2cm. Includes 272 illustrated pages.
**As a Hogswatch gift from us, every copy includes a free bookmark featuring Paul's depiction of the Hogfather, originally created for the Ankh-Morpork Post Office's 2009 festive issue from Discworld Stamps - exclusive to copies from the Discworld Emporium!! **
Publisher: Orion Hardbacks
The first two books in Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, The Colour of Magic & The Light Fantastic, adapted into stunning graphic novels by Scott Rockwell and illustrated by Steven Ross. First published in parts waaay back in '91 and '92, and now available bound together in this handsome hardback!
Shade in the Shades, add fifty shades of brown to the River Ankh or a splash of the colour of magic with our giant colouring map of the Big Wahoonie! Keep itas a stylish black and white art print or make a blot on the landscape with colouring pencil or pen!
By Paul Kidby!
Sharpen your octarine pencils and make a blot on the landscape of Terry Pratchett's Discworld with this fantastic colouring book by Paul Kidby! Contains 96 pages of black-and-white line drawings based on his best-loved artwork as well as original pieces produced exclusively for this book along with captions, quotes and colour plates for inspiration!
Official Discworld Figurine
We’ve been making little bits of Discworld for over 25 years, from the first Discworld figurines as Clarecraft in 1991, to a cornucopia of collectibles at the Discworld Emporium - all from the marvellous mind of Sir Terry Pratchett! What better way to celebrate this milestone in our Discworld journey than with a stunning rendition of the Discworld...
A David Wyatt Collaboration!
“The Library certainly wasn’t silent. There was the occasional zip and sizzle of a magical discharge, and an octarine spark would flash from shelf to shelf. Chains clinked, faintly. - Terry Pratchett, Equal Rites Explore the most magical Library in the multiverse with our sumptuous art print, exclusive to the Discworld Emporium - just don't get lost in...
Illustrated by Joe McLaren!
Send a suitably fantastic salutation to a fellow Discworld fan with our exclusive set of six greeting cards featuring some our favourite Discworld denizens including the Lancre coven, Hogfather and the Librarian. Illustrated by Joe McLaren, these characterful cards also look beautiful perched on a shelf or framed upon your wall!
+ FREE UU STICKER!
Do you know your Wahoonie from your Daft Wullie? Your Witches from your City Watch? Pit your wits against the 2019 Discworld Diary, a trivia-filled test of your Discworld knowledge, full of characters and conundrums from Terry Pratchett's Discworld plus lots of space for your own scribbles and a cut-out-and-keep certificate - all compiled by yours truly,...
Set of Five
Treat your 'shelf' to books with more character with our set of five Discworld bookmarks featuring a cast of Discworld denizens comprising the Patrician Lord Havelock Vetinari, Nanny Ogg, Sam Vimes, Moist Von Lipwig & Rincewind the Wizzard - for pages with personality!
A David Wyatt Collaboration!
See DEATH'S study brought to... er... 'life' in our exclusive art print, bursting with souvenirs from Death's visitations to the mortal realm. Look out for family portraits, familiar lifetimers, and guest appearances from Binky, Quoth and the Death of Rats and a tribute to Sir Terry himself!