Titan Books: “The Art Of Thief” Awakens Our Inner Plunderer

Titan Books really knows how to do “art of” books and they have delivered another must-have book for video game fans with “The Art Of Thief.”  Developed by Edios-Montreal and published by Square Enix, “Thief” is the reinvention of the classic “Thief” stealth game franchise available now on PC and next gen consoles.


“The Art Of Thief” shares stunning concept and development art that gives fans an inside look behind the scenes of one of their favorite games.  The oversized layout of the book, 9 x 11.85“, really gives fans a great way to see the art in all its glory.

The book is broken down into four chapters:

1 – Garrett

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2 – The Characters



3 – Loot, Puzzles & Props

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4 – The City


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The book shows the game as it was meant to be seen, in a gritty, Victorian, steampunk style that comes through brilliantly in the concept art.  Follow Titan Books on TWITTER and CLICK HERE to pick up your copy of “The Art Of Thief.”


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