THE MONC BLOG
Welcome to The MONC Blog, our Journal on all things that are happening and inspiring us in the MONC studio.
When designing Södermalm, we poured ourselves over an archive of eyewear inspiration, and in doing so, we came across the story of a remarkable woman with a story worth celebrating.
The 5th of November marks the anniversary of the 1605 Gunpowder plot. With firework displays and festivities, it’s a celebration loved by children and many adults alike, but what often gets over looked is the environmental impact of these displays.
Welcome to ‘In The Frame’ - our recurring feature in which we chat to inspiring individuals, and find out what makes...
One of our favourite things about September has to be the London Design festival.
There’s tonnes to explore, but we decided to round up the key events at the top of our ‘must see’ list.
In use since the birth of optics, mineral glass lenses have undergone several hundred years of innovation. It might seem...
If you wear your glasses daily they have the potential to get exposed to a fair bit of wear and tear, but with the right care, you can keep them looking good as new.
Read on for our top four frame care tips.
No matter the craft, here at MONC we feel akin to our peers from across all creative industries. We appreciate their work and gain inspiration and motivation from their stories and creative processes.
So, whenever an opportunity to connect and share ideas arises, we take it.
In the lead-up to releasing our two new wire frames, Bassano & Nørrebro, we got the chance to catch up with our friend and talented musician, Reuben James.
In November of last year, we took a team trip to In Plain Sight, a beautiful exhibition exploring sight and vision at the Welcome Collection in Euston.
Behind a glass case in the exhibition's first room, something caught our attention - a painting of an unknown eye in a bejewelled frame no larger than a 10-pence piece.
To celebrate the launch of our new Limited Edition Chiltern frame, MONC friend and Chiltern Street local Eddies Wailes has put together an area guide of his favourite places on, and around Chiltern Street.
A note from Freddie When we add to our collection, we do it with a plan not to create something...