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Photographer’s profile: Jamie Hawkesworth

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Great Britain through the lens of Jamie Hawkesworth (1987), a young fashion photographer we admire because of his documentary work.

Photographer’s profile: Slim Aarons

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Wealth, glittering jet-setters, and beauty: welcome to the world of Slim Aarons (1916-2006), and his groundbreaking lifestyle photography.

Photographer’s profile: Annie Leibovitz

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There is no better way to see movie stars and musicians than through the lens of the Grand Dame of colourful, staged portraits: Annie Leibovitz.

Photographer’s Profile: Erwin Olaf

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This year, the unique and recognizable photography of Erwin Olaf (1959) is celebrated like never before. With Olaf presenting a new book and big overview exhibitions, it’s time to focus…

Browse it like you mean it

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Welcome to the all-new MENDO.nl - a webshop for book aficionados, by book aficionados.

Interview with Jimmy Nelson: “I’d like people to participate in what I feel and see”

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Renowned photographer Jimmy Nelson will sign the long-awaited sequel to Before They Pass Away at our Berenstraat flagship store, from 14:00-16:00 on Sunday 23 September. MENDO chats with Jimmy about…

A chat with the builders

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You're at the new MENDO.nl, built from scratch by Build in Amsterdam. We asked Build’s co-founder Daan Klaver, lead designer Julian Mollema and MENDO’s Joost Albronda why the new website…

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…

Visual Inspiration #4: Black and White Portraits

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The books at MENDO offer a treasure trove of visually inspiring images. MENDO dives into the imagery regularly to dig up a selection of the best images. In this edition:…

It’s here: Holiday, the Purienne edit

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Henrik Purienne’s Holiday just got better: we managed to get our hands on the special, Yves Klein-blue Director’s Cut edition. We really like Purienne’s images, and here's why...