12 Days of Christmas: Thames & Hudson
Until Thursday 19th December, we will feature a different competition prize on the blog every day, it's Selvedge's 12 Days of Christmas. You have until 6pm GMT on 19th December to enter all the competitions.
Today, we feature Thames & Hudson. The publisher is offering one reader the chance to win a selection of art and fashion books. The books include William Morris’s Flowers, By Rowan Bain published by Thames & Hudson in Association with the V&A, Yves Saint Laurent Catwalk, with introduction by Suzy Menkes and text by Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris, Prada Catwalk, The Complete Collections, by Susannah Frankel, Supreme Glamour, By Mary Wilson, with Mark Bego, Threads, by Charlotte Vannier, Fashion Central Saint Martins, by Cally Blackman and Hywel Davies, and John Galliano for Dior, by Robert Fairer.
Photo credit: Laura McKellar. From Threads, by Charlotte Vannier, published by Thames & Hudson.
Thames & Hudson was founded in 1949 by Walter and Eva Neurath. Their passion and mission was to create a ‘museum without walls’ and to make accessible to a large reading public the world of art and the research of top scholars. To reflect its international outlook the name for the company linked the rivers flowing through London and New York, represented in its logo by two dolphins symbolizing friendship and intelligence, one facing east, one west, suggesting a connection between the Old World and the New.
Photo credit: ©firstVIEW. From Yves Saint Laurent Catwalk, published by Thames & Hudson.
Today, still an independent, family-owned company, Thames & Hudson is one of the world’s leading publishers of illustrated books with over 2,000 titles in print. The company publishes high-quality books across all areas of visual creativity: the arts (fine, applied, decorative, performing), architecture, design, photography, fashion, film and music, and also archaeology, history and popular culture.
To enter to win the books, visit the competition here.