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MENDO x Osiris bookstand
Wouldn’t you like to really enjoy your favorite books a bit more often? If so, may we suggest you get one of these black steel bookstands, designed for MENDO by Osiris Hertman, enabling you to turn a page every day. It is suitable for books up to a size of approximately 430 x 310 mm – which is actually quite big. And weigths up to 10 kilos? Not much of a problem either. A solid, affordable solution to enjoy your books even more.
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…
The best images from books at MENDO
The books at MENDO offer a treasure trove of visually inspiring images. MENDO will dive into the imagery regularly and dig up some of the best images around. Enjoy Visual…
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…
Pierrot Romance is a personal diary, designed and published by Pierrot himself (in a limited first run of 500 copies). To celebrate his first book, we did a short Q&A.
To celebrate the launch of Tyler Mitchell's ‘I Can Make You Feel Good’, MENDO drove to France to meet the photographer and have him sign books for MENDO exclusively. UPDATE:…
Great Britain through the lens of Jamie Hawkesworth (1987), a young fashion photographer we admire because of his documentary work.
Get a copy of Living in Style Amsterdam and win a stay at a hotel in Amsterdam
Get a copy of our new book Living in Style Amsterdam and have a chance to win a sleepover in one of the 9 finest hotels of Amsterdam.
(New) Architecture titles
An overview of China’s architectural expansion, Mid-century modern classics, iconic architects, and local landmarks—here’s a collection of our latest books on architecture.
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.
Interview with David van Dartel
Photographer David van Dartel on his first book: This Time Tomorrow