Book of the month
Get ready to be inspired.
Nothing makes us happier than seeing the beautiful books and albums made by our customers. Each month the team at MILK pick their favorite project with the hope of inspiring others and to celebrate Moments of Inspiration, Love, and Kinship.
September 2018 winner: Iryna Demchenko, United Kingdom
Why we love it:
This wedding book opens with a simple yet beautiful marriage blessing. The photos that follow mirror that same sentiment of love and ease. With just 32 pages, Iryna beautifully shares the joy of their seaside wedding, continuing the feeling of minimal elegance seen in their luxurious but intimate ceremony.
Congratulations to Iryna Demchenko on her beautiful wedding day and on winning a MILK Premium Photo Book.
August 2018 winner: Monica Acree, Singapore
Why we love it:
This project is both a family photo book and a love-letter to Singaporean architecture. Not exactly your usual theme but therein lies its charm. The young family pose in the street they once lived. For them, memory lane is filled with colorful shophouses. This makes for not only a beautiful backdrop but a meaningful one too, as they introduce their son to a place that is dear to their hearts.
Congratulations to Monica Acree on creating a unique family album and for winning a MILK Premium Photo Book.
More inspiration from our customers.
July 2018 winner:
Juan Carlos Paredes, Ecuador
The art and skill of ballet is cultivated in the studio and perfected on the stage. But this monochrome Moleskine collection depicts professional ballerinas outside of these expected environments. To see them performing steps in an urban landscape not only heightens their beauty but the beauty of their surroundings.
June 2018 winner:
Ljubljana Smith, United Kingdom
Two soulmates, an amazing venue, and an intimate ceremony - these are the makings of a great wedding day and a great wedding album. With just 40 pages, this album is able to communicate the love of their event and all the small details between. Classic, minimal, and visually captivating, we loved this album at MILK.
May 2018 winner:
Stefan Wagner, Germany
This Moleskine Photo Book is a triumph of creativity; not just Stefan's but the nameless contributors whose spray cans and deft hands he is celebrating. It is an exhibition of beauty in unlikely places and a call to "Follow the white rabbit" wherever it leads.
April 2018 winner:
Declan Whealing, Australia
More than a collection of travel photos, this book is a beautiful tribute to an adventurous father. He is seen on an epic journey, spanning Southeast Asia and Europe. Each frame has us yearning not just for a place but a time.
March 2018 winner:
Sandra von Riekhoff, United Kingdom
From the cover of the presentation box to the final page, this wedding album is captivating. The newlyweds, their guests, and the majestic Italian venue are all effortlessly photogenic. Throughout the album, photographs of the opulent celebration are peppered with stills of quiet moments, adding a sense of realism to their magical day.
February 2018 winner:
Michael & Felicity, New Zealand
This wedding album is breath-taking. The beautiful couple posed against a striking Queenstown backdrop makes for a stunning photographic combination. Michael and Felicity’s photo book showcases their eye for design and an uncanny ability to weave a visual narrative using a mix of candid and staged images from their special day.
January 2018 winner:
Wai Lam, Hong Kong
Wow! This book really stopped us in our tracks. Wai has taken us on an amazing adventure to Tanzania through his incredible wildlife photos. He has an expert eye for the hauntingly beautiful, the quirky, and at times, the terrifying. Thank you Wai for sharing your book with us - we are all dreaming of our next adventure.
December 2017 winner:
Mathieu Henon, France
Mathieu has a beautiful eye for composition. His Moleskine Photo Book, titled Matière à rêver (To dream about), showcases travels around Europe as well as his intimate understanding of idiosyncrasies of Paris from a different perspective allowing us to discover things that people might not 'see'.