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OUR PROJECTS

THE GREATER HUNGER

CLIENT: STREAT

 

Sunday Press has been collaborating with STREAT from its inception and this, our third book together, is a celebration of their ten years in service. 

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Launching in November 2019, we have printed 10,000 copies of  The Greater Hunger which is a compilation of recipes from their bakery, cafe and coffee roastery, and tips on growing your own vegetables and becoming more environmentally aware.

AT HOME

CLIENT: MARSHALL WHITE REAL ESTATE

 

Sunday Press worked together with Marshall White to produce a unique settlement gift for clients which included images of previous houses they had sold and content about local cafes near their three offices.

 

The result was this beautiful hardcover book with stunning images and stories, which have helped to further push the Marshall White brand. The keepsake book is a helpful guide to the new local area which take pride of place on many coffee tables.

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CELEBRATING CLONUCURRY CULTURE

CLIENT: CLONCURRY TOURISM

 

Sunday Press produced this community-based book for the outback Queensland city of Cloncurry.

 

Using recipes from the wider community, this book became a memento for the residents and a keepsake for everyone in the region. Stunning photography brought the city and outlying countryside to life. 

FLAVOURS OF AUSTRALIA

A SUNDAY PRESS BOOK

 

An in-house project published by the Sunday Press team, Flavours of Australia has over 500 pages of stunning photography and unique stories about the best places to eat and drink throughout Australia.

 

Flavours of Australia includes 55 signature recipes from Australia's top chefs.

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A RECIPE FOR COMMUNITY LIVING

CLIENT: MERRIFIELD / MAB

 

Sunday Press created a community-based book for the Merrifield community.

 

With a combination of recipes from local residents and business owners, this book became a beautiful gift for all newcomers to the district. 

TOMMY & TIGER TERRY

CLIENT: THE TWO BE LOVED NETWORK

 

This beautiful children's story was written by Family Law barrister, Darren Mort, and illustrated by Niama Wessely. 

 

Launched in May 2019, the book is designed as a fund-raiser and to provide public benevolent relief to children and young adults experiencing extreme physical, psychological and/or emotional distress as a result of family violence, family breakdown, separation and or/divorce.

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