Abrams elevates the art of the art book to new heights, publishing books about photography, cooking, interior design, craft, fashion, sports, comics and pop culture, as well as children’s books and general interest subjects. Founded in 1949 by Harry N. Abrams, the publishing house focuses on high-quality, visually stunning art and illustrated books. Bestsellers include the wildly popular "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series by Jeff Kinney, the award-winning cookbooks of Alton Brown, and the stunning photography of Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s "Earth from Above," as well as "The Art of Walt Disney," "Richard Avedon: Performance," "Time: Andy Goldsworthy," "African Ceremonies, "Slim Aarons: Once Upon a Time," "The Ultimate Picasso," "Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century," "Graffiti World: Street Art from Five Continents," "Things I've Learned in My Life So Far," "Vanity Fair: The Portraits," "Twilight: Photographs" by Gregory Crewdson, "Kirby: King of Comics," "William Wegman Polaroids," "Tony Duquette," "Louis Vuitton: The Birth of Modern Luxury," "Landscape Design: A Cultural and Architectural History," "Golf Magazine: Private Lessons," and the best-selling "365" and "Discoveries" series. These elegantly curated art books make the perfect addition to any library or coffee table collection.
All the colorful supplies kids need to make mini masterpieces.
If you’re a stylish fella — or looking for the perfect gift for the sophisticated man in your life — these beautifully illustrated, well-written books are a coffee table must. Architecture, design, fashion, luxury brands — many of the makings of the good life are represented in this selection.
Since its founding in 1949, Abrams has specialized in books that present art, pop culture, food, travel, and style in ways that are both accessible and exciting. Find an appropriately eclectic selection here, with topics ranging from chic sailing to Chanel.
The best way to inspire young readers? Gift them with these beautifully illustrated hard-cover books. These editions are full of colorful adventures and destined to become favorites of the young literati — not to mention their parents.