Website Design by Appdikted @Mimi Berlin for ITTR à GOGO
The website design* by Appdikted for ITTR à GOGO completes and explains the style of ITTR à GOGO; modern, classic, functional, clean, simple and to the point. Similair to the cliënts briefing.The website has a very romantic touch: provided in words and concept by Ms Gobitz, founder and creator of the ITTR à GOGO fragances, and the photography Edel Verzijl. Visit the website and have a look, see what YOU think!
ITTR à GOGO is a new brand which carries perfume oil (it is yet to be launched festively) It’s not your average perfume oil. No! “ITTR is highly concentrated pure and natural which was used by the maharajas from ancient India” -ittragogo.com.
*or; altering a WordPress template with css/including a webshop
Mimi Berlin and Mrs Jack have agreed upon brand licensing! Two ‘Mimi Berlin’ designs are being used to decorate stunning melamine plates for the Mrs Jack Originals & Unbreakables line of serveware!
We can’t get over the fact how cool this collaboration has worked out!!!
Mrs Jack Originals & Unbreakables Ready-set Breakfast in bed tray
Mrs Jack Originals Plates with designs by Mimi Berlin!
Mrs Jack is a Home Decor company, specializing in styling of ready-set (breakfast) trays and tablescapes. (plates are also available without the breakfast tray at Mrs Jack for €25,- each.)
Brand Design by Appdikted @Mimi Berlin for Ace-eleven
The art-direction (and graphic/web design*) by Appdikted for Ace Eleven completes and explains the style of Ace Eleven; modern, classic and whimsical in styling and design, functional, simple and to the point.
Ace Eleven is a, newly launched (August, 21, 2016), lingerie label specializing in fun and sexy lingerie for women who had to have breast surgery, mastectomies or need protheses otherwise. Visit the website and have a look see!
splash website and graphic design for Ace Eleven, by Appdikted @ Mimi Berlin (screenshot)
post website and graphic design for Ace Eleven, by Appdikted @ Mimi Berlin (screenshot)
category overview website and graphic design for Ace Eleven, by Appdikted @ Mimi Berlin (screenshot)
Grit, Crap and The End are handmade graphics via/by Winoldi which we love at Mimi Berlin. Please click images to enlarge and experience the design in full glory. Make sure to check out Winoldi’s website for more…….or to order your own handmade graphics
During Bicentennial Year in the USA (1976) Peter Jansen travelled for 2 months through several states buying a newspaper in the 40 cities he passed, this way summarizing and documenting the journey. Starting in New York on the 4th of July at Bicentennial Day and ending in the same town on the 13th of September unexpected but quite historic events happened, like the and the death of Mao Zedong. This book includes all at half size and is published in a limited edition of 300 signed and numbered copies. Book dimensions 12 x 12 inch. A copy of this book is on display at the Royal Library of the Netherlands in The Hague. Continue reading →
FLAT EARTH is a book about a work of art by Peter Jansen and published in a limited edition, signed and numbered, It’s online to browse. Make sure you do, it’s quite a trip!
“For 20 years, from 1993 to 2013, Peter Jansen wandered around the world, visiting almost half of the existing countries. During these travels he recorded this non-stop journey in what he called the ‘Vista Series’. This is a large number of panorama-like photo assemblages, made of sometimes more than 50 pictures, clearly marked by two vertical and very tiny white borderlines on each side. In 2013 he decided to summarize this nomadic period of his life. He selected 50 Vistas from 23 countries to create a huge piece of work, made up from 1050 digital prints. He called it FLAT EARTH. Because of its huge dimensions and complex structure it has not been executed as yet and up to now it has only a virtual existence.
The book unfolds FLAT EARTH in a sequential way. It follows the art work from top left to bottom right, all Vistas are linked up in 120 pages of continuous spreads. FLAT EARTH is published in a limited edition of 300 copies, signed and numbered.” (read more)