For nearly 15 years, Monocle has been at the forefront of culture, reporting on everything from the latest design trends and niche shops to keep on your radar, to award winning reportage on business and global affairs. Along the way, founder and editorial director Tyler Brûlé has created an award-winning design agency, retail branch and publishing firm that regularly carries the ethos of the brand across the market.
Despite dabbling their hands in a variety of fields, print remains at the core of Monocle’s success and one the company strives to continue through a number of well-curated titles. The latest release, The Monocle Book of Photography: Reportage From Places Less Explored upholds this lineage. Through unprecedented access, Monocle’s photographers cover the globe through a variety of stories that elegantly portray the world in its “most unique, most quirky and most human.”[embedded content]
Spanning 276 pages, the book is printed in Italy and comes finished in a luxurious linen-bound edition. The Monocle Book of Photography: Reportage From Places Less Explored is available to purchase for $78 USD on Monocle and at select retailers around the world.
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