Photography is an important medium for Mimi Berlin to communicate, express and to thoroughly visualize ideas and concepts.
MIMI BERLIN’S FASHION-FEST
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest is an ongoing project which started January 2013. Fashion-Fest is a gesamtkunstwerk in the shape of group-self-portraits of Mimi Berlin, including friends and family, by Mimi Berlin.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #3, From left to right: Mimi Berlin, November 2016.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #5; Season’s Greetings, December 2015. From left to right: Mimi Berlin, December 2015.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #4, From left to right: Mimi Berlin, Ocober 2015.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #3, From left to right: Mimi Berlin, March 2014.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #2, From left to right: Mimi Berlin, July 2013.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest #1, From left to right: Mimi Berlin, January 2013.
Go see the Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest Site HERE (and click here to view a customer-applied version of this free work.)
Staged photography and art-direction by Mimi Berlin, both commissioned and free work.
Cityscapes, 7 page editorial, Woth magazine issue 3, 2017. art-direction and styling by Mimi Belin
Perfume Family; Sugar Aunties. Mimi Berlin and JW Kaldenbach for Harper’s Bazaar NL, BeautyBazaar, issue #3
Rodeo by Mimi Berlin
Mutant Birds, Yellow Variety. Mimi Berlin, 2013.
History of circus legends: group portrait, Mimi Berlin, 2013.
ART-DIRECTION / PHOTOGRAPHY
Commissioned work: group portraits
ArtEZ Arnhem Finals 2017
ArtEZ Finals Arnhem 2017, on show at Dudok Arnhem (imagecredit: eva broekema)
Artez Finals 2016 Departments: Product Design & Graphic Design vt/dt & Interaction Design
ArtEZ Arnhem Finals 2016. Portraits on show at Dudok Arnhem.
See Mimi Berlin’s commissioned interior related work HERE / See Mimi Berlin’s commissioned fashion related work HERE
Mimi Berlin members a-MB-iance, Appdikted and Rex Dieter are the ones who specialize in creating photographic essays. At the moment there are 4 ongoing projects, and 2 completed essays.
‘Doorbells’ part of a ongoing project by Mimi Berlin’s Appdikted, in which he tries to capture the graphic identity of a city.
‘Sidewalks’ part of a ongoing project by Mimi Berlin’s Appdikted, in which he tries to capture the graphic identity of a city.
Amazing Dog Faces, a photographic essay by Rex Dieter. (#51 > Miniature Poodle)
even the bedtimes are good; ongoing photographic essay on life in bed.
‘Friday night, Party night!’ A photographic essay by Rex Dieter on nightlife. ((Photocredits Garry Winogrand, 1969, from Haute Culture ISBN 90-71728-21-8)
‘Numbers’ part of a ongoing project by Mimi Berlin’s Appdikted, in which he tries to capture the graphic identity of a city.
‘Friday Night Party Night‘ a photographic essay on Party Life, and ‘Amazing Dog Faces‘ are both completed essays compiled by Rex Dieter. ‘even the bedtimes are good‘ is an ongoing photograpic essay on human life in bed, created by a-MB-iance.‘The graphic identity of cities’ is also an ongoing project, by Mimi Berlin’s Appdikted, in which he tries to capture the graphic identity of a city. (‘Doorbells in Venice’, ‘Doorbells in Milan‘, ‘Concrete Embossing’ and ‘Numbers‘ can all be found on this blog.)
MIMI BERLIN’S IMAGE BANK
With honour we’d like to announce that ‘HJK’ is sharing his analog work, made in the 20th century, at Mimi Berlin’s Vintage Image Bank.
In the Netherlands this is a very famous image. It’s a campaign poster for the PSP (Dutch political party) from 1971. It made huge impact, but the party lost 50% of their votes compared to the previous elections. The party no longer exists, but the image is legendary! Design/photograpy by George Noordanus and Hendrik-Jan Koldewij.
Introducing photographer Hendrik-Jan Koldewij is done best by showing his most well known work; the PSP campaign poster. You can use the work of photographer Hendrik Jan Koldewij (made in the seventies and eighties) for print or digital purposes. Please contact to request the catalogue and/or for further (price) information.
Yes! We, at Mimi Berlin, do take ‘party-snaps‘ now and then.
‘Cause we know you like that! ‘THIS IS HOW WE DO IT’