Bacardi is capturing its unique 150-year history with a graphic novel that illustrates “The Spirit of Bacardi.” For this project, the legendary company tapped two of the most iconic contemporary graphic novelists—writer Warren Ellis and artist Michael Allred—who visualized the milestones in the brand’s odyssey to success.

Prada is narrating the story of the latest version of its signature perfume, Candy Florale, using a graphic visual approach. The fashion giant has launched a dedicated micro-site where it shares a detailed insight into the scent. In addition to information about traditional elements like ad visuals, scent description, bottle design, and more Prada revealed Prada Candy Florale comic book.

To celebrate one of the biggest milestones in the history of Nokia and Microsoft, the acquisition of the first by the second, The Church of London has created a strikingly nice brand book for the companies’ employees. The edition includes a selection of archive photography that illustrates the companies’ past, outlines their values, ethos, vision of the future development and more.

Audi has got something interesting for the little would-be drivers. The German automobile manufacturer has released a children’s storybook that illustrates rich history of the company. The 28-page novel titled “It Couldn’t Be Done: An Audi Story” was designed by Ty Mattson of studio Mattson Creative, who worked on it side-by-side with the advertising agency Venables Bell & Partners.

Probably, the one of the best ways to immortalize a brand is to release a book dedicated to it. This approach has been used by a range of brands including IKEA, Nivea and Coca-Cola to name but a few, and New Balance decided to join these ranks. The sportswear brand has released a book titled Let’s Make Excellent Happen, in which it explores its most successful collections of the past and highlights the upcoming Fall/Winter 2012 collection.