Virtual Signing Session with Pie Aerts
Virtual Signing Session
We offered people a unique opportunity for a one-on-one video call with Pie Aerts, who signed their book for them while they chatted. We would like to thank everyone who joined us for this event, and also Pie Aerts himself for being a part of making it such a success.
New Virtual Signing Sessions will be announced soon, so keep posted by joining our newsletter or following us on Instagram.
HERE’S THE ORIGINAL JOURNAL
– Order the book Tales from the Roads Less Traveled at MENDO.nl now
– Be available on Sunday 10 May between 1PM – 3PM
– Pie Aerts will video call you and sign the book
– The signed book will be sent to you
About MENDO Virtual Signing Sessions
Much has been said about the surreal times we’re facing today. That doesn’t mean we don’t have a craving for visual inspiration. For that reason MENDO introduced The Virtual Signing Sessions, in which photographers sign their books for you personally during a one-on-one book signing session via video call. The second edtion of the Virtual Signing Sessions features none other than Pie Aerts, photographer and author of Tales from the Roads Less Traveled.
Shop your copy now and Pie Aerts will jump on a video call on Sunday 10 May to sign the book for you personally
How it works
The basic ideas is a signing session, but virtually. The Virtual Signing Session with Pie Aerts will take place on Sunday 10 May, from 1PM to 3 PM. In order to join, you will first have to buy a copy of Pie’s book Tales from the Roads Less Traveled at MENDO.nl. You can do this until Sunday 10AM. During checkout you leave your mobile phone number. This will be used by Pie Aerts to jump on a video call with you on Sunday 10 May between 1PM and 3PM. During this one-on-one video call you have the opportunity to chat with the photographer and he will sign a copy of his book for you. After the signing session, the signed book will be sent to you.
About Pie Aerts’ book
From the deep jungles of West-Papua to the far outskirts of Bolivia, Pie uses his camera to capture the unfiltered reality of every-day life; highlighting the simple, imperfect and mysterious nature of being human.
A WhatsApp conversation with the photographer of This Is Not A F*cking Street Style Book
"I wasn't born with much of a filter. So when I see bullshit, I call "bullshit". A WhatsApp conversation with the photographer of This Is Not A F*cking Street Style…
After introducing Pie Aerts, it’s time for a chat about his first book ‘Tales From The Roads Less Traveled’, which is designed by MENDO (expected July 2019), the visual stories…
MENDO's Gunifort Uwambaga sat down with author Parham Rahimzadeh to discuss his debut book ARAB and the process he undertook to bring it to creation.
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…
In our series Shelf Sessions we climb the shelves of MENDO’s friends. In this episode: Elisa Medde, Managing Editor at Foam Magazine.
In our series Shelf Sessions we climb the shelves of MENDO’s friends. In this episode Mikel van den Boogaard travels to Lake Como, Italy to meet Emilia Terragni; Publisher at…
We catch up with editor of two new MENDO titles Ghislain Pascal, and talk to him about how he got into the photography sphere, the importance of photography for LGBT…
At MENDO, we love to be inspired by everything visual. This time, MENDO's Eddie Stok selected 10 inspiring images from 10 inspiring books.
Interview with Ali Kirby, art director at DENHAM
In January of 2018, DENHAM released the book A Decade of DENHAM, in collaboration with MENDO. We talked to DENHAM's art director Ali Kirby, driving force behind the book, about…
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…