These dolls and faces are a small sidestep from Mimi Berlin’s ‘Important Bagatelles’ or ‘Toys for Girls’ project. A sidestep in the sense of that these aren’t abstract objects. Also they are visibly assembled and each product we used is still identifiable.
Here you have a series of four vases in postmodern style, designed by us, at Mimi Berlin. We chose a romantic color-scheme of whites, pinks and oranges. The Postmodern Designer Vases are unique pieces, or prototypes if you will.
Dear friends,family and followers, Mimi Berlin is back! After a long break we really feel the urge to start posting again. Writing about our opinions on everything nice in life is still a joy for us. We didn’t do nothing in the past time though. We have been busy on instagram only (@mimiberlin_amsterdam) but our blog and Facebook have been left on the shelf long enough now. And our broken computer won’t be an excuse anymore either!
What you can expect is a series of things we wanted to share in the past but didn’t.
We, Mimi Blogger Team, visited the Tim Walker exhibition ‘Wonderful Things’ at the V&A museum in London the other day (the exhibition ran from 21 September 2019 to 22 March 2020). We are fans of the photographer Tim Walker, so we simply had to come to London all the way from Amsterdam. As always, we took pictures for you, who couldn’t be there.
The first room, at the start of the exhibition, is filled with work made for fashion magazines. Hence the dripping ‘gloss’ from the ceiling we guess.