Dots in Graphic Design by Geoff McFetridge

Dots in Graphic Design by Geoff McFetridge

Dots and other geometric shapes and optical illusion play a big role in the work of graphic designer Geoff McFetridge. We, at Mimi Berlin, love dots so we chose them. McFetridge works and lives in Los Angeles, amongst his clients are ‘big brands’ for instance Nike and Target, Next to advertising jobs he also worked with film director Spike Jonze and Colette (amongst a big list of others). Be sure to check his tumblr to see more of this, seemingly simple, work, it’s worth your while. xoxo Mimi

 

More DOTS on this blog

(images via http://geoffmcfetridge.tumblr.com/ / https://www.nieves.ch/834/studies / https://thehundreds.com/blogs/content/geoff-mcfetridge )

Stay Gold not Bling

Stay Gold not Bling

A wish for everyone from Mimi Berlin.
Stay Gold.

Stay Gold not Bling
(gif made by Appdikted #askmyagent #AgentMimi)

If you know someone who still is golden:
Pass the gif on, why don’t you?!
xoxo Mimi

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Children at Places for Grown Ups

Children at Places for Grown Ups

And in specific children at The Art Gallery during an opening, not acting like grown ups: gotta love it! Mimi Berlin thinks these private moments are always a joy to the eye.

These pictures are a small selection of Mimi Berlin’s Party-Snaps Series: here’s How They Do It at Gallerie Ramakers in The Hague, at het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, at Stigter van Doesburg and Baars Projects, Amsterdam and at Ventura Lambrate in Milan.

All That Fur Fashion Illustration by Mimi Berlin

All That Fur Fashion Illustration by Mimi Berlin

Watch the fashion illustration about fur created by Mimi Berlin, illustrated  in a collage style. Made by hand with the pages of a vintagedeluxe Linea Italiana Fashion Magazine from 1980s

All That Fur illustrated by Mimi Berlin

Watch HERE what Mimi Berlin also did with the pages from that same magazine. Yes we love to recycle!

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Town and Concrete Creative Studio

Town and Concrete Creative Studio

Town and Concrete is architect Cyril Lancelin who started this creative studio in 2016. Mr Lancelin practices *Parametric design. (in layman’s terms: He creates his designs with geometrical shapes on which he sets a bunch of calculations, or algorithms, loose) Lancelin creates projects; he imagines art Installations and private houses. We feel that on one hand they look friendly, almost childlike or made for children, and on the other hand they seem brutalist 1970s monsters. The “Green Chapel”, for instance, is an inflatable one, just as House “hemi” it is ‘situated’ in Normandy, France. The installation ‘chain’ is travelling from place to place (we guess it’s inflatable as well). The House ‘hill’; an outdoor shaded patio with parametric walls as limits, is imagined in Los Angeles, USA.

(all images are renderings via/by townandconrete.com)

We aren’t quite sure how many of these creations are actually made, because we only could find renderings made by ‘Town and Concrete’, (that answers our question probably) although the latest work “knot” seems to be: see that on designboom.com

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Romanticism in the North: from Friedrich to Turner

Romanticism in the North: from Friedrich to Turner

Mimi Blogger Team went to The Groninger Museum (in Groningen, The Netherlands) to visit the exhibition Romanticism in the North: from Friedrich to Turner. (can be seen through May 25th 2018) the first international survey exhibition of northern European Romantic landscape painting with more than 95 works from the Netherlands, Germany, Scandinavia and Great Britain on show. Alongside, (through April, 2nd 2018) the modern version: Romanticism Today!; with a selection from the Groninger Museum’s collections of modern art, fashion and design.

We think it’s woth a visit for sure! For more information groningermuseum.nl