Baby it’s cold outside
A book that transcends the seasons, as photographers Peter and Beverly Pickford captured seven continents throughout the year. Still, Wild Land is one of the perfect winter books because of its breathtaking photos of the highest peaks and coldest poles of the world. From Alaska to the Antarctic Ocean, the white covered lands and seas provide beautiful imagery that matches the true warm feeling of winter. Seen enough snow? Just browse a few pages and end up in the African Savannah.
Whether you’re in a wooden shack on top of a mountain, or cuddled up with your loved ones at home; this is the time to gain weight. And what better way to do that then with a delicious dinner? Exactly. Delicious Wintertime is the ultimate winterized cookbook, helping you to prepare the Christmas dinner of your lifetime.
Born To Ice
BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Paul Nicklen shows you the hidden world of the poles. The nature, the animals, the waters and the (melting) ice caps that are already at a threatening level as of now, Nicklen created a beautiful document of a world unknown to many. Giving you goosebumps that are not only the result of cold, but also from its striking subject and photography.
Another exciting MENDO publication - available now
This month we launched yet another passion project. One we’re really excited about: Sportret, a hommage to sports photographed by internationally renowned photo journalist Klaas Jan van der Weij.
At MENDO, we love to be inspired by everything visual. This time, MENDO's Eddie Stok selected 10 inspiring images from 10 inspiring books.
A behind the scenes glimpse on making This Is Not A F*cking Street Style Book
Cult photographer Adam Katz Sinding (aka Le 21ème) and MENDO are proud to present Adam's first photography monograph, This Is Not A F*cking Street Style Book. Here's what Joost and…
MENDO editor for teNeues publication Living In Style Amsterdam
teNeues collaborated with MENDO to create a book called Living In Style Amsterdam. It's at the printer's now, and expected to arrive at MENDO in August.
How our home base came to be
The streets of Amsterdam are full of history, that even hardcore Amsterdammers might not know about. Let us tell you a small tale about the past of our beloved home…
Why we do what we do
Even in these surreal times, we send newsletters and post messages on social media. Our own feelings on this are ambiguous. We've written a little note to explain why we…
Great Britain through the lens of Jamie Hawkesworth (1987), a young fashion photographer we admire because of his documentary work.
Iman Whitfield on the curation of #SENDNUDES
Our newest book is in print! #SENDNUDES showcases stunning images from the world’s biggest talents in nude photography, curated from a female point of view by Iman Whitfield. We sat…
MENDO sat down for a conversation with teNeues’ owner and publisher
His grandfather founded the teNeues printing company in Krefeld in 1931. Now Hendrik teNeues runs one of the leading publishing houses for illustrated books. MENDO sat down with Mr. teNeues,…
MENDO's Gunifort Uwambaga sat down with author Parham Rahimzadeh to discuss his debut book ARAB and the process he undertook to bring it to creation.