Streets - Books
Product Description More than 60 million people visit New York City each year. Every single traveler experiences the city in a unique way. There is no such thing as one New York. Streets of New York is a New York photo book that celebrates the Big Apple’s tremendous diversity by bringing together 40 contemporary photographers and their multiple perspectives on this unique metropolis.
Streets of Amsterdam is yet another a contemporary take on the classic city photo book, and this time, it's wholly dedicated to MENDO's home base: Amsterdam, a city they know by heart. The book is an introduction to the visual and kaleidoscopic collection of Amsterdam's beauty, as captured by more than 40 native and international
The capital city of the United Kingdom and the political, economic, and cultural heart of the country. Along with Paris, Tokyo, and New York, London is considered one of the alpha capitals of the world: a pulsing, vibrant mega-metropolis which attracts millions of tourists and travelers each year with its history, museums, theater, art, fine dining, rich traditions, and multicultural flair. Streets of London is a contemporary take on the classic city photo book. To capture all the diversity that characterizes London, this volume features more than 40 contemporary photographers with equally varied perspectives and styles. From the world-renowned London landmarks and tourist attractions like Tower Bridge, the Thames, and St. Paul’s Cathedral to lesser-known London boroughs and neighborhoods, each photographer offers a personal view of the British metropolis, allowing for a fresh photo tribute to a historic city, as well as visual inspirations for Londoners, old and new. Text in English, German and French
The photographers, both Paris natives and international visitors alike, often draw on their strong social media presence. When combined, their independent visual voices show an unprecedented collection of Paris images. Unique views of the city's famous landmarks like the Sacré-Coeur, the Louvre Museum, and the Eiffel Tower reveal an evocative city portrait. Lively areas overflowing with art and fashion, as well as lesser-known impressions of the city's banlieues, are all captured with a present-day attention to detail and a wide-eyed love for "la Ville Lumière."