Publisher Thames & Hudson is relaunching its World of Art book series, featuring redesigned covers and a revamped World of Art logo, to celebrate its 45th anniversary on 1 May and the publication of its 300th title. Designed in-house, the new look will be rolled out across all World of Art books, including new titles such as Kenneth Frampton’s Le Corbusier. The new books will be glossier to make them appear less ‘text book-like’, says a Thames & Hudson spokesman.
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The updated look includes new typography and colour palettes and seeks to ensure the brand can comfortably exist both online and off.