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

 

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

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

Conga Designer Bar

Conga Designer Bar

The Conga Bar is designed by Thomas Althaus and manufactured by Schönbuch, it was launched 2011. Finished in high-gloss in a huge range of lovely colors. The Conga series have grown since 2011, nowadays the Conga circular chest of drawers is also available. Less glamorous than a bar, but still pretty nice.

(images via architonic.com)

Take Off Your Shoes

Take off Your Shoes

Image editing by Mimi Berlin. Do take off your shoes and leave them in the hallway after a walk with the dog, after you did your walk backwards or when you’re done walking a fine line. Indulge in some luxurious barefoot-time at home, why don’t you?!

(Image editing by Mimi Berlin, graphics by Appdikted, text by Eli Schäfer.)

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Rug Full Moon by Vanessa Barragao made by hand in wool, cotton and botical silk ø 250x250cm. (image via Vanessa Barragao) Triple S Sneaker by Balenciaga, Multimaterial oversize trainers with complex sole (image via Balenciaga)
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Dutch Design Week 2017: The Anti-Efficients

Dutch Design Week 2017: The Anti-Efficients

In October of each year, Dutch Design Week (DDW) takes place in Eindhoven. This year: 2017, it is held from 21-29 October.
Mimi Berlin Blogger Team visited and reports to you; our readers. Let us start with our favorite presentation so far: The group exhibition “The Anti-Efficients”, tucked away in one of the rooms of the small buildings at the Kazerne complex in Eindhoven. Designers Sejoon Kim, Seungbin Yang, Hyunjee Jung, Sooji Lee are the ‘The Anti-Efficients’.

Sewaji is the result of the collaboration between Sejoon Kim and Hyunjee Jung. They present work under the tiltle ‘Cute. anthropomorphization and thingification’. Kim and Jung show their own interpertaiton of cuteness, they also imitate each others ‘cuteness’. The sculptures are based on the graduation thesis of Sejoon Kim: Cute, かわいい, 귀여워, ” which is about ‘cute culture’ and starts from the question of why he, as a Korean (broadly East Asian), is more drawn to cute things than Europeans are. We, at Mimi Berlin, find that to be a very interesting topic, since we, being European, are always drawn towards cute things; such as the Sewaji collaboration. (we need to read that research document!) Continue reading

Woth Wonderful Things Magazine 6

Woth Wonderful Things Magazine 6

We would like to pay attention to Woth Wonderful Things Magazine. Specifically the newest issue, because it’s an anniversary issue! Woth Magazine is one year old! Hurray! Yours truly went to Barcelona to visit the festive launch of issue number 6, held at the BD Barcelona Showroom.Woth Wonderful Things Magazine 6(The colorful magazine displayed on the grey and black “Monkey Tables” designed by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona Design)

Woth number six is also the first issue in which Mimi Berlin worked on Whot’s On: the calendar of things to do of the magazine.

Completely out of character we, at Mimi Berlin, did not make any party snaps. But WOTH did; see them HERE

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