This set of guidebooks on the culture, architecture, legends, people and history of Andorra are produced by a small publisher of ironic and philanthropic literature. Far from your typical tourist guides, these publications range from the very specific (e.g., a guide on Andorran Romanesque architecture from the 11th to 14th centuries) to the bluntly fake (e.g., a guide on false/true assertions about Andorran history and culture). All the guides provide valuable insights into Andorran culture and personality.
One basic identity element for the entire collection is the capital “A” on the covers, which stands for Andorra (all guides are about the country) and whose shape varies according to the content of the guide. Further elements include the pocket format, the combination of two pastel colors and the inclusion of these as the backgrounds of the introductory pages, making the cover merge into the contents of the books.