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Black Dog Publishing was a British publishing company specialising in illustrated non-fiction books on contemporary culture. Topics covered by Black Dog include architecture, art, craft, design, environment, fashion, film, music and photography.
|Parent company||St James’s House Media Group|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Distribution||Marston Book Services (UK)|
Van Ditmar Boekenimport (Netherlands)
Asia Publishers Services (China)
APD Singapore (Southeast Asia)
Two Rivers Distribution (US and South America)
UTP Distribution (Canada)
This company went into liquidation in January 2018.
Black Dog has published the Labels Unlimited and Edge Futures series, a series of books by Art on the Underground, the official London Eye book, and a book about the Riot Grrrl movement titled Riot Grrrl: Revolution Girl Style Now!, biographies of such figures as Charlemagne Palestine, Alvar Aalto, Colin St John Wilson, Tod Browning and Jean-Luc Godard. In 2007 Black Dog released Making Stuff for Kids, an instructional craft book for children, in collaboration with The Guardian newspaper.
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- "Horsing around" The Guardian, 6 January 2007
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- "Black Dog Publishing assets bought by St James' House | The Bookseller". Retrieved 9 February 2020.