About Mimi Berlin Amsterdam

Mimi Berlin is a group of interdisciplinary creative people, based allover Amsterdam. You can ask us to help you with your art, design, (product+fashion+interior) graphic and photography related projects. We all work very closely with Mimi Berlin. In our opinion Mimi Berlin is the most inspirational person imaginable….. xoxo Mimi Berlin

Perfume Stories for Harper’s Bazaar Objet D’Amour

Perfume

Since the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar NL will be in stores today, we can publish the perfume series we made for the December 2018 issue. Here it is!

Objet D’amour

Let us proudly present: Objet D’amour. The images above are ‘Style’ pages from Harper’s Bazaar NL, that’s the Dutch edition of the glossy. There are 7 visual perfume stories in total, all starring high-end perfumes. Both Penhaligon’s and Imaginary Authors are brands that are new to us, the fun and quirky packaging was a joy to work with, they suit our style. Styling and photography by Mimi Berlin, text by Maroesja de Ruyter, beauty editor of Bazaar NL.

Click here to see more work by Mimi Berlin for Harper’s Bazaar NL

Harper’s Bazaar NL Dec 2018

BySympany x Kuyichi Jeans with Upcycled Textiles

BySympany Upcycling by Sympany

Sympany is a textile recycling social enterprise from The Netherlands, it collects and re-purposes used clothing in order to fund charitable projects. The gathered second-hand clothes are being sold a.o. in African countries. (specifically to Zambia, Malawi, DR Congo and Angola) The used clothes are also being recycled into cleaning cloths and insulation material and they are upcycled into ‘new fabrics’ as well.

BySympany

BySympany is a new initiative in which funds are generated by collaborating with (sustainable) fashion brands. The collab with Dutch jeanslabel Kyuchi is the first in line: ‘By Sympany By Kuyichi created jeans with upcycled rags. (20% of the jeans consist of recovered fibres)
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Fungus Armchair by Elodie Antoine

The Fungus armchair

This is the Fungus armchair by Elodie Antoine, an artist from Belgium. We like this piece very much and just want to share it with yous all because it’s a fabulous piece of furniture, in our opinion!
Have a nice day!
xoxo Mimi B.
Fungus Armchair by Elodie Antoine©
Fungus armchair – light green velvet, fungus shaped stuffing – 2011, from the mushrooms series by Elodie Antoine We suggest you visit her site to see more of her work.

It’s TimeToParr with Photographer Martin Parr and Gucci

TimeToParr

Make-believe street photography in Italy and in Asia. British photographer Martin Parr worked for the Gucci watches campaign, the result is lovely! Hashtag:TimeToParr.

The images above are taken from the Gucci site view more of these images HERE at gucci.com

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A Stroll around the Roeterseiland Campus in Amsterdam

Roeterseiland

The Roeterseiland Campus is an open city campus of the University of Amsterdam (UvA). The campus is situated in the eastern part of Amsterdam, a neighbourhood with houses predominantly built in the 19th century. In the midst of this historical “Plantage neighbourhood” you find the campus which is finished in the summer of 2018.

(image credits: Mimi Berlin)

Large-scale reinvention

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris architects renovated the existing buildings, redesigned the outdoor area and added “new lecture theatres, seven seminar rooms, 86 tutorial rooms, a Law Library, a Moot Court, research offices, meeting areas, study landscapes, breakout areas, a roof terrace, 1,700 square metres of catering environments and 2,260 square metres of ground floor public gathering space”. Also, important in Amsterdam: a large bicycle parking facility and a new bridge across the water at the main entrances has been added to the campus.

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Panasonic’s Office Headgear Inspired By Horses Blinkers

Office Headgear

OMG the human workforce will be able to buy ‘wearable blinkers’ in the near future. This headgear is good for not having distraction in busy places while working. The idea for the headband is similar to the devices worn by horses in the city, The human blinkers are still in the prototype phase, so they may never come true, but we, at Mimi Berlin, feel that even thinking up such an ‘animal-farm’ kind of product is unbelievable! They must have big fun at the Panasonic design offices……..

Horses blinkers headgear
(image via google)

to read all about the office blinkers click link to dezeen.com below

Panasonic’s human blinkers help people concentrate in open-plan offices