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Two LaChapelle books you want to get your hands on

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The wait is over: the two (!) last books of David LaChapelle are here. Two colourful books, featuring dazzling portraits of our world’s best known celebrities and a colourful examination…

ØLÅF x MENDO: a collaboration between friends

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MENDO and ØLÅF have been friends & neighbours for years. The launch of Adam Katz Sinding's This Is Not A F*cking Street Style Book lead to a collaboration. We talked…

Work in progress: the Pontsteiger book

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An eye-catching new building rises along the banks of the IJ-river. MENDO is very proud to design and publish a book about it.

See Ferry van der Nat’s ‘Originals’

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From the 17th of February till the 1st of April, the Ravestijn Gallery will exhibit ‘Originals’, the work of Ferry van der Nat. At Ravestijn, Van der Nat's sensual polaroids…

“I love it when people tell me I can’t do something”

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As the biggest platform in the Netherlands for talent in fashion and beyond, MOAM has exceeded many expectations and limitations. Now that we’re making a book with them, it’s time…

A book made to pause over

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In January of 2018, DENHAM released the book A Decade of DENHAM, in collaboration with MENDO. We talked to DENHAM's art director Ali Kirby, driving force behind the book, about…

Wanted: store manager

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MENDO is looking for a store manager with an eye for detail & beauty and a passion for books.

Surf’s Up!

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Shaka brah! Every summer eventually comes to an end, even this one. But to extend the summer vibes a little further, here’s a selection of our best surfing titles.

London views from citizenM

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With Streets of London seeing the light of day, we asked frequent visitor and one of MENDO’s closest relations Robin Chadha from citizenM to tell us a bit about this…

A brief history about (the streets of) Amsterdam

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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…