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New titles to pre-order
Tim Walker – Shoot For the Moon (October 2019)
Tim Walker is undeniably one of the most iconic photographers of the past three decades. For the first time in six years, the British photographer comes with a new book that collects new work as well as previously published editorial work for magazines such as Vogue and W. Expect his signature dreamy fairy tale style, featuring some of the world’s greatest contemporary stars.
Pre-order € 110
Prada Catwalk (October 2019)
After Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Yves Saint Laurent, Prada now also gets its own treatment in Thames & Hudson’s “Catwalk” series. The Italian luxury fashion house is over 105 years old, and still reigns at the forefront of the international fashion industry. In this book, the last thirty years of catwalk designs are celebrated, as seen on supermodels like Kate Moss, Gisele Bundchen, and Naomi Campbell.
Pre-order € 67.50
The Silver Spoon Classic (September 2019)
One of the most famous cookbooks in the world makes its return. First published in 1950 as Il Cucchiaio d’Argento (Italian for the Silver Spoon), this classic Italian cookbook has been transcending generations of home cooks all over the world. The Silver Spoon Classic is the definitive guide to preparing the most important, authentic, and delicious Italian recipes—with a completely new design, and new photography.
Pre-order € 52.50
Joel Meyerowitz – Provincetown (September 2019)
Provincetown is a small beach town in Massachusetts, known as a safe haven for many artists and the queer communities on the east coast of the USA. Throughout the late 1970s and early 80s, American street photography legend Joel Meyerowitz spent his summers there, documenting all that he saw in this domestic oasis. Now there’s finally a book, showcasing some of his never-seen-before work, made in Provincetown. An ode to a place he loves very dearly, a unique place on the east coast of America.
Pre-order € 75
The New Black Vanguard (October 2019)
Along with a new traveling worldwide exhibition, Aperture will release a book titled The New Black Vanguard. Edited by writer and curator Antwaun Sargent, this book shows the recent transition in representation of black bodies within international photography with portfolios from artists like Tyler Mitchell, Stephen Tayo, and Renell Medrano among others.
Pre-order € 45
Laurent Baheux: Lions (September 2019)
The king of the jungle in black and white. French photographer Laurent Baheux traveled throughout sub-saharan Africa to capture this majestic animal in its natural habitat. In striking, contrast-rich black and white, this book is as much a tribute to the lion’s character, power, and feeling as it is a haunting reminder that it’s also among the most endangered wildlife on earth.
Pre-order € 40
Friday 8 September - Sunday 10 September, 11 am - 8 pm
From Friday 8 September to Sunday 10 September, MENDO pops up at Conservatorium hotel in Amsterdam, with a carefully curated selection of books. We can be found in the Lobby…
Unraveling the myth with Aan de Poel
Unraveling a myth with Aan de Poel: can amateur cooks like ourselves make a Michelin Star recipe? We prepared a Fäviken recipe and an Aan de Poel signature dish.
In our series Shelf Sessions we climb the shelves of MENDO’s friends. In this episode: Rob Wagemans, Architect, Creative Director, and Founder at concrete architectural associates.
In our series Shelf Sessions we climb the shelves of MENDO’s friends. In this episode: Jason Denham, Creative Director and Founder at DENHAM.
Two new limited Ferrari books soon available at MENDO
With Taschen’s new €5000 Collector’s Edition and €25.000 Art Edition Ferrari Book, your chance of obtaining the ultimate Italian sports car is closer than ever. (Kind of.) A must-have for…
Our series 'Meet MENDO' is where we introduce the people who make MENDO. In this episode: Gunifort.
At MENDO we're often asked about our favorite books. This is Jermain’s most recent selection.
In our series 'Meet MENDO' you get to meet MENDO. This edition shares the vision of co-founder Roy Rietstap.
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…
Arguably the most notorious Dutch photographer ever
With an expo in Amsterdam, his name is on the tip of everyone’s tongue again.