Today, the world needs no introduction to The Beatles. But, back in 1963, it was slightly different and this Meet The Beatles publication was their first official book. It's just been reissued by its original publisher Souvenir Press.
What do Charles and Ray Eames, Dennis Hopper and Steve McQueen have in common? Well, they all appear in Eventually Everything Connects by Loris Lora for starters, a gorgeous visual exploration of modernism in California.
It is such a good looking thing, but if you are a fan of the band and its late lead singer, you'll probably be more keen to see the inside of So This is Permanence: Joy Division Lyrics and Notebooks, which is published by Faber Books.
Colouring books get a surprisingly strong showing on Retro To Go, from the likes of Piper Gates and I Love Mel. The latter is back with a title that's bound to appeal to design fans, Colour Me Good Chairs.