Mikel’s favorite books
Evelyn Hofer: New York
‘In line with Vivian Maier, Joel Meyerowitz, Saul Leiter, William Eggleston, and Garry Winogrand. Evelyn Hofer might not be as well known as the aforementioned, but her work should definitely be recognized as equally great. The German-American captured New York beyond the cliches, while still evoking a nostalgic, homesick feeling with everyone who has ever been to NYC.’
‘I can’t take my eyes of off it.’
‘I can’t take my eyes of off it.’
People often ask us which books are our personal favorites. In this collection co-owner Joeri shares his favorites.
A sneak preview on our next book in the Streets Of... series
We're currently finalizing Streets of London, the second publication in our Streets of... series. Editor Mikel van den Boogaard learned that London can be considered as a street photographer's idea…
Our series 'Meet MENDO' is where we introduce the people who make MENDO. In this episode: Gunifort.
If you enjoy adopting early, follow hashtagjoost. You and 66* others will be given a look inside the MENDO design process. Here’s an introduction. Sort of. *Update: 80
People often ask us what our personal favorite books are. This is the list of Emile Almekinders, who is managing our 11 Berenstraat flagship store.
2017 has been a good year for the books. But what were MENDO's personal favorites?
Our series 'Meet MENDO' is where we introduce the people who make MENDO. In this episode: Mikel.
At MENDO we're often asked about our favorite books. This is Jermain’s most recent selection.
People often ask us what our personal favorite books are. This is the list of Daniël Ferwerda, our 11 Berenstraat flagship store book specialist.
Virgil Abloh, Adam Katz Sinding and MENDO on the current state of fashion
In February, MENDO published Adam Katz Sinding’s first monograph This is Not a F*cking Street Style Book. The foreword is a result of an intense conversation between MENDO's editor Mikel…
We've launched an improved version of our webshop this month. 99% of our work will go unnoticed. And that's a good thing.
Inside fashion houses
With the greatest names in fashion all under one roof, you could consider MENDO the house of all houses. In every episode we highlight one of the biggest names in…
Book signing at MENDO, followed by drinks at Libertine Comptoir de Cuisine
As part of what is becoming a legendary worldwide launch tour, Adam Katz Sinding is coming to Amsterdam to sign his (and our) book This Is Not A F*cking Street…
Halfway there, we look back at the worldwide TINAFSSB tour of Adam Katz Sinding
Photographer Adam Katz Sinding is traveling around the world to celebrate the launch of This Is Not A F*cking Street Style Book - a MENDO | teNeues publication. Now that…
Winners Sleeping In Style Amsterdam announced
Our Sleeping In Style competition has come to an end and we're delighted to announce the 9 fortunate winners.
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.
Apartamento "the world's hippest magazine", celebrated their ten year anniversary with a book; The World of Apartamento. In honor of this release, MENDO had a Q&A with co-founder and designer…
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.
Finishing up a book is exciting and somewhat melancholic at the same time. This is the story behind the creation of Carli Hermès - the book.
A conversation with Nicolas Cloutier, president and co-founder of Nose Paris
‘Doing a collaboration like this means 1+1 = 3', says Nicolas Cloutier, president and co-founder of Nose in Paris in a conversation about the MENDO / ZENOLOGY room perfume 'Libri'.