Tales From the Roads Less Traveled
MENDO is proud to present Tales From The Roads Less Traveled, the first monograph of Dutch photographer Pie Aerts, published with teNeues. The result of years of traveling done by…
MENDO’s favorites of the year
As the famous American poet Jon Bon Jovi once said: “we’re halfway there.” We’re already closer to the next year than the previous one, so time to make up the…
The ultimate starter kit
Fashion = big business, and to get you started, we compiled a short and simple guide with books to help you achieve fashion career success.
Books for a green thumb
Summer has officially started, which means we’re moving outside, defying our hay fever, and putting our gloves on. For green inspiration, motivation, relaxation or sensation, we’ve selected four green books…
Books from the lowlands
As the Orange Lionesses are certainly winning the World Cup this month, we thought we’d share in that Dutch pride by highlighting some Dutch books for you (and a little…
Jack Davison spends most his time experimenting with photography, which results in a body of work that consists of captivating images. For this Photographer’s Profile, MENDO chats with Davison about…
Summer is finally upon us and that usually means fresh new titles here at MENDO. Here’s a selection of some of our favorite new books that just arrived.
For home chefs
With all the visually appealing cookbooks that find their way into our store, we dive into the history and future of these culinary publications.
These are some of the favorite books of Elisa Medde, Managing Editor at Foam Magazine. You can also read the journal.
Made and published by us
We don't just sell books... we make them too, which you can see in the showcase of our 33 MENDO-made books. Here’s the story of how our MENDO publishing house…
After introducing Pie Aerts, it’s time for a chat about his first book ‘Tales From The Roads Less Traveled’, which is designed by MENDO (expected July 2019), the visual stories…
As a fashion photographer, Adam Katz Sinding travels more than 300 days a year. In a conversation with MENDO’s Mikel, he explains why he travels, and what keeps him going.