‘Another day at the office’ Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #9,
We would like to present our newest Fashion Fest photomontage ‘Another day at the office’. This is image number 9, we made the first Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest in january of 2013. See all the work made in between these dates on mimiberlinfashionfest.com
This tableau vivant is inspired by an eight hour office day. Made, in front of the reception, by Peter de Kok, Astro, Annelies van Hardeveld, Tjebbe Beekman, Jan Willen Kaldenbach, Amber Jansen, Illya Beekman, Machteld Schouten, Mario Hooglander, Bastiaan Thijssen, Anneke Mulder, Sid Stuiver, Geraldine MacDonald, Elle Verhagen, Beest, Taco Stuiver, Marie-Claire Toebosch, Baukje Bies, Petra Kamphuis, Wendelien Daan, Riëtte Wanders, Bernhard Jongstra, Berber de Jong, Frankie Dennis and Gala Daan. Stagaire: Jolene Adelaar
Braun products are the best! A fine example of that fact is the juicer below. This kitchen machine is the Braun Multipress Automatic MP 80Type 4290 Juice Extractor, to be exact. We think this is a design by Dieter Rams from the 1990s. (if not we’ll let you know). Anyways we, at Mimi Berlin HQ, are still very happy with this vegetable juicer. We even use it now and then.
‘Sparkling Juicer Gif’Appdikted is at it again! The in-house graphic designer at Mimi Berlin, Appdikted spent some of his time making gif’s for us, including the one above.
Do you have an industrial design in your kitchen which you love? Please let us know below in the comment box, we’re curious! Danke Schön in advance, and have a nice evening!
A new diptych is added to Mimi Berlin’s image library for you to enjoy! This pair is called Traditional Embellisment.
Dyptich Image Library
On the left MB000019 New Blue Baby Bow. This image is a of a happy occasion On the right; MB000020 Old Stucco Italiano. Both images were made in Venice 2019.
MB Stock Images
MB Stock Images is Mimi Berlin’s image library, photography also by Ms Berlin. Added and unique value to this library is that you buy in pairs, always and only. In other words: it’s a diptych image library.
Have a look, maybe you need this imagery, and maybe you don’t. Either way, don’t say we didn’t offer. If you are interested please leave a reply and we’ll get in touch. Have a nice day! xoxo Mimi Berlin
Look see what our facebook friends posted for our birthday! How Nice is that!!!!! Thank y’all SO much!
(Disclaimer: of course we don’t own any rights to the images above, they were virtual ‘gifts’. We don’t know who does own the rights to these images. If you are the owner, pls let us know in the conversation starter below and we’ll credit properly.) Or let’s become friends! )
Mimi Berlin Blogger Team visited the opening of the Seletti Flagship Store Amsterdam just about a month ago. Seletti is an Italian furniture design brand known for it’s pop-culture-inspired products which bring humour and quality into your home. The store is situated in the Runstraat at number 22, that’s near the Prinsengracht. It’s hard to miss because the shopwindow boosts an overwhelming and very colorful tableaux-vivant.
In the shopwindow there’s a set-up of a complete, imaginary sidewalk-café made with designs by ‘Blow’. ‘Blow’ is the sub-brand that’s created by Dutch design Studio Job and Seletti in 2017. (@blowunofficial) Studio Job’s designers Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel were part of this setting during the opening on November 8. They were signing products under the pink ‘Streetlamp Floor’. How fun!
More Important Collaborations
The store in Amsterdam carries more than only designs by ‘Blow’. Other well known collaborations, with a.o. Maurizio Cattelan’s and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s ‘Toiletpaper‘ brand and with the designer ‘Marcantonio‘, are for sale. In the back of the store you immediately will notice the furniture, carpet, mirrors and what have you not, designed by ‘Toiletpaper’. The downstairs space is dedicated to the work of Marcantonio. In this room lighting designs, mainly in white, are on display. Make sure you visit the store, it’s a joy to the eye and we are sure that you will find something nice to decorate your home with.
Don’t be fooled by the quirky and young image of Seletti. Like many Italian brands this company also has the family tradition in it’s DNA. The company is founded in 1964 by Papa Seletti. In those early days he started working with Chinese manufactures and gathered valuable production knowledge, which is still an asset for the brand nowadays. The current creative laboratory and designer team; Selab, is founded in 1988 by siblings Stefano and Maria Seletti, Vittorio Boni and Studio Badini.