Recent Publications

Chicago — This fall, Assouline Publishing releases a new book that highlights one of the largest and most comprehensive movie poster collections ever privately assembled. Cinema on Paper: The Graphic Genius of Movie Posters marks the first time that the collection of Dwight M. Cleveland—widely recognized as one of the world’s most significant

Washington, D.C. -- A new book explores the history of the early Americas — a story of before and after, defined and divided by the pivotal moment of contact, in 1492, between Europeans and the indigenous cultures of the New World — told through the collection of early American treasures in the Library of Congress.

On the European side, this is a tale of exploration, high-stakes

London — During Japan’s Edo period, an era in which art and literature flourished, Kitagawa Utamaro (c.1754–1806) rose to fame as one of Japan’s most highly regarded artists and printmakers. Alongside his contemporaries Hiroshige and Hokusai, Utamaro was an acknowledged master of ukiyo-e (pictures of the Floating World).

Although he is now renowned for bijin o ̄kubi-e, pictures of

London — In celebration of the 80th anniversary of Marvel Comics #1, Folio has joined legendary Marvel editor Roy Thomas to form a super-powered team-up of their own. Marvel: The Golden Age 1939–1949 presents five specially curated comic books, including a painstakingly produced facsimile of the comic that started it all back in

London — Gene Wolfe’s epic The Book of the New Sun is one of the great literary masterpieces of speculative fiction. Such a remarkable and multi-faceted work, often described as ‘the Ulysses of fantasy’, demanded Folio’s most lavish treatment: a fully illustrated limited edition. Our art director and editorial

Talbot Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of an important new title: Until The Habit of a Judge, there has never been a book that offers a comprehensive history of Judges’ robes and court attire in England and Wales, and its adoption in Australian courts since colonisation. Richly illustrated with hundreds of colour images dating from the 12th century to the present, The Habit