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A brilliant account of Luigi Ghirri’s relationship with Puglia — a distinctive region at the heel of Italy, which was pivotal in establishing Ghirri’s career and continued to inspire him throughout it.
Luscious reproductions of more than 50 of Twombly's paintings, drawings and little-known sculptures, along with classical works of art, tell the story of an American abstractionist’s poetical dialogue with antiquity.
Featuring vibrant photography, practical guidance and thoughtful reflections on land stewardship, Kinfolk Wilderness brings together inspiring itineraries from five continents that promise adventure, inspire awe and spark a deeper connection to the landscape.
A unique photo book that opens in two directions and reveals the daily life that feels like an idyllic fantasy. Raji's own DREAMLAND.
Accompanied by stunning photography, this book bundles together 40 dreamy locations in one volume and shows the most luxurious and special overnight stays the desert has to offer.
Documenting herself in places where history becomes tangible. A collection of self-portraits taken in locations around New York that were central to the city’s involvement in the slave trade.
The first cookbook from London’s cult favorite restaurant BAO offers a taste of Taiwanese food culture with 100 signature recipes for steamed buns, noodles, xiao chi, fried chicken, and more.
Antony Gormley thinks of the human body as a place rather than an object. This book is a catalogue of the installations, sculptures, and prints in his ‘Body Field’ exhibition.
In this fashion study mixing documentary photography and fashion, Robert Spangle, American conflict photographer and fashion photographer, analyses Afghan fashion according to four criteria: silhouette, colour, material and culture.
The new IDEA book is CN — The Christopher Niquet Book. An album of photographs of the Paris and New York fashion and style icon.
Building spaces of equilibrium: Norm Architects’ sense of humane simplicity helps to shape environments that feel just as good as they look.
A unique view on dance and choreography by photographer Erwin Olaf and choreographer Hans van Manen
An exclusive insight into the work and mind of the highly acclaimed chef Clare Smyth and her three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Core, in London's Notting Hill
This kids series celebrates some of history’s favourite characters. Meet Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first Black president and his fight for equality.
The first full presentation of Bourouissa’s important series revisits and contextualises the artist’s theatrical images of marginalised lives in Paris’ outskirts.
This illustrated book provides for the first time a wide-ranging look at the multifaceted work of Architect Nicolas Schuybroek.
A limited-edition book celebrating photographer Glen Luchford's trailblazing campaigns for Prada, starring Amber Valletta, Willem Dafoe and Joaquin Phoenix. Second Print.
Explore the art of mindful travel with Kinfolk, the pioneers in "slow living," their philosophy of simplicity, authenticity, intentionality and community.
The charm of life in the country and a selection of the best examples of countryside homes.
Legendary photographer Annie Leibovitz’s surprising account of her encounters with fashion over five decades.
This issue of GRAPHIC brings together several projects by designers, design researchers, and artists who are concerned with contemporary social issues.
An evocative, intimate food monograph by the duo behind one of the most acclaimed restaurant collections in France.
Tasjaki is the nickname of Purienne’s partner of the last two years, Natasja Madsen. This is a book of Natasja - open it to any page and you will see her, most likely naked - most definitely carefree.
MENDO presents: The Vanity of Certain Flowers Part Two, by Belgian influencer / photographer Peter De Potter. Limited to 750 copies. Available now.
The Art Edition is signed and limited to 50 copies and includes a numbered and signed fine art print, an exclusive Peter De Potter bag and an A5 artist booklet. Available now.
An authentic, indulgent collection of dessert recipes from across the Middle East, from one of the region’s most loved home cooks.
This remarkable book explores the key role Paris played in Henri Cartier-Bresson’s legendary artistic career, and the way he looked at the city he lived in―and loved.
The British Isles is an account of thirteen years of life across the United Kingdom, as seen through the lens of Jamie Hawkesworth.
From the team at Monocle, a look at some of the coziest and most creative homes around the world.
A celebration of the endlessly fascinating and culturally rich country of Japan, this book from the Monocle team is packed with insights and fully illustrated with stunning photography.
Photographer Rahim Fortune's exploration of Texas and the surrounding states, as well as the people who are fixed within its complex landscape.
A collection of compelling quotations from Daniel Arsham, a rising star in contemporary art, architecture, and design.
Kengo Kuma: My Life as an Architect is an intimate and truly inspiring book, revealing the beauty that exists in the world’s everyday spaces.
Highlighting 15 international artists in their studios, this book offers an insight into the new direction of the international art world. Limited to 999 copies, available exclusively at MENDO and Avant Arte.
Mona Kuhn: Works is the first retrospective by one of the most respected and widely exhibited contemporary art photographers at work in the world today.
Vicky: ‘Fucking Glad I met You’ is a personal and raw collection of portraits and mobile phone snapshots shot in the summer of 2020 by Dutch photographer Ilja Keizer.
A celebration of Australian cuisine like never before — 350 recipes showcasing the rich diversity of its landscapes and its people.
The acclaimed survey of the life and works of the celebrated Italian modernist master Carlo Scarpa, available in a classic format.
Godspeed is the result of the friendship and collaboration between two poets and one photographer, in which they tell the same story together, but each in his own way.
Depart tells the story of the new photographer. One who is always on the move, equipped with a camera and outfitted with a big dash of courage. Now our bestseller comes in a mid-size edition.
Eat Cool gives readers easy recipes and smart tips for delicious and satisfying meals that won't chain the cook to the stove on a hot day.
The award-winning MENDO Bookstand now comes in a beige limited edition.
Legendary tattoo artist Henk Schiffmacher takes us on a personal journey through the history of tattooing from the 1730s to the 1970s in this book of stunning tattoo artifacts and designs.
An extensive textile dictionary that covers all essential fabric knowledge from different types of textile, fabric materials to finishing options.
A book of polaroids taken during François Halard’s 56 days of confinement in his greatly unimitative hôtel particulier in Arles, France.
Surfing is a way of life. A life dominated by the waves and the tide with a cozy place to pause in between. The second chapter in the Surf Shacks series by Matt Titone illustrates how surfers live both on and offshore.
512 Words (& some pictures). The new photo zine by Blondey, age 23. A love (for life) story for 2020.
Witty, candid, and insightful: Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End is chef Magnus Nilsson's ode to his extraordinary restaurant, and a fascinating commentary on food culture.
The most in-depth and comprehensive survey of the life and career of one of the pioneering artists of the original graffiti generation.
This book is a celebration of one of the most creative and enduring collaborations in rock history.
A major survey of the Japanese designers, artisans, manufacturers and technologies that have shaped the world of modern design.
Shadows on male forms, male forms in shadows -- these are the subjects of (H)OMBRES, a book by Lithuanian-born, Luxembourg-based photographer Arnoldas Kubilius.
A landmark publication that highlights the principles and evolution of the timeless Chanel style, the careful crafting of her public image, and the many facets of her lasting legacy.
Dutch photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn presents images that explore the crossover between photography and the world of fashion.
The Sartorialist: MAN by renowned photographer Scott Schuman is an invaluable resource for men as they explore and hone their unique personal style.
Gain a new perspective on photography in this personally guided introduction to photographic images and what they mean by one of the leading writers and curators of our time.
Nordic Cycle is an exploration of regions, people, and food on a mountain bike, with stunning photography and aerial shots.
This monograph explores each of Ai’s career phases up until his release from Chinese custody. It features extensive visual material to trace Ai’s development from his early New York days right through to his recent practice.
Peter Lindbergh's collaborations with the most venerated names in fashion, featuring previously unpublished images, and an adapted interview with Lindbergh.
Wertman’s work is characterised by uniquely styled manipulation of different visuals into a single image, each bringing into the newly created picture different values.
Sailing the Seas celebrates the nautical way of life from short sailing trips with friends to longer solitary cruises across the oceans.
Chanel - Her Life explores every facet of Chanel's universe: her fascinating private life as well as the famous icons of her fashion empire.
More than 200 delicious classic and contemporary Italian vegetarian recipes from the acclaimed Silver Spoon kitchen
Expert planting advice for growing fruit and vegetables in pots from the acclaimed English garden - with 50 delicious recipes.
Explore the powerful body of work from Turner Prize–winning artist and Academy Award–winning filmmaker Steve McQueen.
A survey of residential architecture by Sean Godsell, a pioneer of Australian Minimalism.
Amsterdam Uncovered: a collection of places, people and pictures curated by MENDO.
The new Gucci book from IDEA. A fantasy by Yorgos Lanthimos. Due for release mid-November.
The first book on magazine sensation Holiday, which between 1946 and 1977 was one of the most exciting publications in the world.
A volume on Aesop's rigorous passion for creating superlative products and their considered approach to design.
25 inspiring spaces where interior design is not only visually appealing but engages all of the human senses.
A visual memoir of this near-mythological surf family, The Fletcher Family is sure to appeal to their massive surfing fan base.
The first substantial exploration of MoMA’s uneven historical relationship with black artists, black audiences and the broader subject of racial blackness.
A stunning celebration of the bounty of the Atlantic coast, and a dazzling debut monograph from Canada's star chef: Jeremy Charles
For the second Grand Opening publication, the independent publisher invited Eindhoven-based OFFFENCE Collective.
The definitive cookbook of authentic home-cooking breakfast dishes from around the world.
A showcase of ground-breaking photography of fashion magazines over the last century.
Casa Wabi in Oaxaca, Mexico is a stage for world-renowned contemporary artists and architects to engage with the local community.
Frame/Work is a book about remarkable people and their urban habitat, how they see the world, and the lifestyle that makes it their own.
The boutique hotel trend shows no sign of slowing down with stylish lodgings popping up everywhere for any budget.
A collection of special moments taken through four years of travel to every corner of the world, Pierrot interprets Romance as his personal view on falling in love.
The first cookbook by the wunderkind New York chef duo Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske of Contra and Wildair.
Whether it’s a bright hit of vinegar, a deeply savory miso, an electrifying drop of garum, or the sweet intensity of black garlic, fermentation is one of the foundations behind Noma’s extraordinary flavor profiles.
A spectacular retrospective of the profoundly influential photographer Rankin’s extraordinary thirty-year career.
A special twentieth anniversary edition of the only definitive publication on one of the most respected and influential fashion designers of our time.
A comprehensive, genre-defining survey of children's product and furniture design from Bauhaus to today.
Magnus Nilsson explores the rich baking tradition of the Nordic region, with 450 tempting recipes for home bakers.
6 classic novels with cover sleeves featuring archive photographs by Steven Meisel.
'One of the best Dutch nonfiction books. Suzanne Jansen investigates how the poor from the big cities used to be sent to the Peat Colonies against their will, more or less to be re-educated. She also brilliantly describes how poverty and the stigma that comes with it is passed on from generation to generation. I think this book is mandatory, especially in these times when it is often said that everyone has equal opportunities.' — Paulien Cornelisse
Samuel Zuder set out to one of the most fascinating places in the world: Mount Kailash—also known as the “Jewel of Snow”.
'Sei Shonagon was a lady at the Japanese court in the tenth century. She wrote down what she liked, what bothered her, and what moved her. It is a kind of column bundle that allows you to look directly back ten centuries in time. Sometimes what she writes is extremely strange to people living today, but more often it is completely familiar.' — Paulien Cornelisse
Adornments gives an extensive overview of the works of Carla van de Puttelaar from the past 6 years.
A debut monograph on the highly sought-after French architecture duo renowned for a signature aesthetic infused with clean lines and raw minimalism.
Massimo Bottura, the world's best chef, prepares extraordinary meals from ordinary and sometimes 'wasted' ingredients inspiring home chefs to eat well while living well.
This stunning book, curated by Schiffer herself, is a highly personal collection of her favorite fashion moments and a tour-de-force of beauty.
Readers will learn how today's industry leaders handle both their successes and failures and achieve work-life balance.
Interiors is a feast for the eyes and essential for anyone with an interest in interior design.
The most innovative bathroom designs of today and provides inspiration for those who seek relaxation and rejuvenation.
An invitation into the stirring world of Dries Van Noten expressed through the expansive landscape of his 50 latest collections and fashion shows.
Documentation of Delhi-based Sikka's travels throughout Kashmir in 2014 and 2015.
'From Scandinavia' is a collection of work from some of the most talented agencies, illustrators and designers in Scandinavia.
Harley Weir's first monograph presents images made as a form of digression from her traditional photographic practice.
A series of street-style shots featuring some of the most stylish people in the menswear industry.
The next generation of Parisian interior designers curated by the editors of French Architectural Digest.
'A true story about a British politician who is destroyed over a homosexual affair - which is still illegal in England in the 1960s. There is also a good mini-series of this book (starring Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw) however this book is even better. In an often humorous way, Preston describes how the world is connected by clumsiness and coincidences.' — Paulien Cornelisse
How to make use of a limited space and turn a small apartment into a design marvel.