I was reading my latest issue of Domino last night, and I came across a short piece titled "Bookish Eye Candy." The section highlighted five different publishers making their titles artful - perfect for dressing up any bookshelf.
Melville House takes some the world's most famous novellas - some that have never been published in book form before - and presents them simply in its The Art of the Novella line:
Penguin Books brings back some of the world's most debated books, such as Marx's Communist Manifesto, books by Freud and Common Sense by Thomas Paine, in its Great Ideas series. The covers are just beautiful using blues, greens and reds in letterpress style (this is just one example - there several):