25 must-have photography books
Curated by MENDO
How the World’s Most Influential Creative Directors Develop Their Vision.
Streets of London, a book Made by MENDO, offers a fresh perspective on well-known landmarks as well as hidden London treasures.
Annie Leibovitz provides the stories of how some of her most famous images came to be.
Jimmy Nelson, renowned photographer of Before They Pass Away, captures the essence of thirty iconic tribes.
Belgian fashion photographer Pierre Debusschere reveals in this book his personal project Uncovered, a series of new images in which the body is used as a pictorial and emotional material.
MENDO's bestseller book is now available in a smaller edition. It contains Oscar Abolafia's photographs of the celebrities that made the 1960s and 1970s truly extraordinary.
Meyerowitz toured around Spain in 1966 an 1967 and took hundreds of pictures that comprise an exceptional document of 1960's Spain.
Intimate, never-before-published photographs taken just before Kate Moss's rise to fame, in one elegant volume.
First published as a TASCHEN Collector’s Edition, now available as an affordable, compact edition.
Compelling, luminous, hyperreal: the first career retrospective of one of the rising stars of art photography and filmmaking
Streets of Amsterdam is a contemporary take on MENDO's home base, Amsterdam, captured by more than 40 photographers.
This is Sportret, a book Made by MENDO, with intriguing, humorous, surprising photographs and unbelievable anecdotes.
One of the most influential photographers of our time, iconic portraits sit side by side never-before-published photographs.
A fresh look at the acclaimed photographer through the muses who inspired his most incredible photographs.