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Six soon to be released books you should know about

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While this year has already given us some great titles, many new books are pending to be released at MENDO. We’ve selected some of our favorite new titles for this…

Sebastião Salgado’s work on display in Rotterdam

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After London and Paris, Sebastião Salgado’s ‘Genesis’ exhibition has found its way to The Netherlands. From June 15th until September 17th 2017, the epic photo project is on display at…

MENDO and ZENOLOGY create book-inspired room perfume

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ZENOLOGY and MENDO joined forces to capture the soul of a book, the ink and the paper it's printed on.

Can we cook from a Michelin Star book?

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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.

A conversation with Hendrik teNeues

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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,…

And the 9 winners are..

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Our Sleeping In Style competition has come to an end and we're delighted to announce the 9 fortunate winners.

Our favorites of 2017

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2017 has been a good year for the books. But what were MENDO's personal favorites?

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…

What the f*ck is street style, according to Virgil Abloh?

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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…

Getting naked with Iman Whitfield

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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…

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