Aldous Huxley’s iconic novel, with illustrations by Finn Dean, winner of the Book Illustration Competition. Ursula K. Le Guin introduces.
The Bauers explores the fascinating history of this family of talented botanical artists who defined the genre.
The Royal Academy of Arts celebrates the 250th Anniversary of the Royal Academy, with over 550 glorious images.
A new visual exploration of the Bard’s geographical and cultural environment.
A sumptuous new book revealing how Classical mythology has inspired art over time. Published by Phaidon.
Diana Henry stirs up her favourite stories and places into evocative menus in How to Eat a Peach.
In Casablanca, My Moroccan Food, Nargisse Benkabbou blends traditional cuisine with a fresh, contemporary approach.
Meticulously produced facsimile of William Morris’s poetic masterpiece. Illustrated on every page and fully bound in leather blocked in gold.
A classic from the Fine Press tradition. Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies. Published in series with Genesis and The Book of Jonah.
Lavishly ornamented and illustrated by Alan Lee. The Old English texts and their translations by Michael Alexander are set on facing pages for ease of reading.
In publishing Hermann Hesse for the first time, Folio presents an edition of Steppenwolf featuring images by Dan Hillier, and a very unusual facsimile, bound into the book itself.
Georges Simenon’s celebrated French detective Maigret appears in his first illustrated editions, featuring wood engravings by Harry Brockway and an introduction by Julian Barnes.
From patronage to postcode – Peter Burke reveals how social history shaped Renaissance art in our exquisite edition illustrated with examples of the period’s great works.
This chronicle of love and revolution by the master storyteller is part of the Folio Dickens collection. Reproducing the Nonesuch text, this new edition is introduced by Hilary Mantel and includes original illustrations by Phiz.
Published in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society, the British Library and the Scott Polar Research Institute, this Folio edition is the complete facsimile of all 12 original issues of the South Polar Times – Captain Scott’s expedition magazine.
An enchanting selection of prose and poetry inspired by summer, with commissioned illustrations and binding.
The momentous events of the last century as recorded in the personal writings of those who lived through them. Published by Michael O’Mara.
Bring the delicious flavours of the Nordic bakery into your own kitchen with this new book from celebrated restaurateur Claus Meyer.
A major new biography of this perennially popular artist by the world’s foremost scholar of his life and work. Published by Thames & Hudson.
The first-ever complete architectural history of the Papal Basilica of Saint Peter in the Vatican, from the 4th century to the present day. Published by Jaca Book.
A new comprehensive guide to the main global events, personalities and themes which have shaped the modern world published by Cambridge University Press.
Continuing the History of the Royal Navy series, this new addition reflects on the diverse roles women have played in the Royal Navy services.
A landmark edition of Bird’s monumental journey down the Yangtze river in 19th-century China, featuring over 100 photographs, each carefully restored by Folio.
Shortlisted in Folio’s Reader’s Choice, this award-winning Himalayan travelogue is published for the first time with original expedition photographs and an exclusive introduction by Matthiessen’s son.
The collector’s edition of Cyrano de Bergerac’s wildly inventive early sci-fi classics – revisited and enhanced by Folio Society favourite Quentin Blake.
We by Yevgeny Zamyatin is a landmark work of modern dystopian satire. This special Folio edition features a unique lenticular slipcase and an introduction by acclaimed novelist Ursula K. Le Guin.
Van Gogh’s famous letters transform our understanding of one of the most haunting figures in western culture.
James George Frazer's monumental classic, The Golden Bough – a subversive study of religion and folklore that scandalised its first readers – in a lavishly illustrated Folio edition.
A superbly illustrated Folio edition of Patricia Highsmith’s Strangers on a Train – the benchmark of the thriller genre since publication in 1950.
Ray Bradbury’s classic envisages a dystopian future in which the job of firemen is to seek out books and burn them. In this edition, introduced by Michael Moorcock, Sam Weber’s astonishing illustrations perfectly capture the novel’s haunting atmosphere.