This is the first purse designed by us at Mimi Berlin, it’s handmade in a series of 3 pieces only. Yes boys and girls, this is a very limited edition indeed! If you really like what you see you need to be quick with your order. But before you make any decisions: let us properly introduce the love purse. Our lovely, sleek and simple, made in hard-plastic bag with a glittery inlay; LOVE in silver and gold.
LOVE You can’t get enough of that!
Besides the glitter and shine the Number One purse has a sturdy chain in gold metal with white plastic details.*LOVE * You can’t get enough of that! This purse has a large mirror inside and it will surely fit a large mobile phone, cash, lipstick, cigarettes and Smints; Every essential thing you need to bring for a night out at the Discotheque, in our opinion that is.
Yes, a Loudspeaker, not Loudspeakers, plural, as we used too name these things (if we wanted to listen to music in ‘stereo’. But that’s a different and historical story). Back to the topic of this post. The ‘One Smart Speaker’ is designed by the Danish HAY company for Sonos, in a limited edition in cute colors. We’ll categorize this product as Friendly Design. Same as everything else we’ve seen at HAY during the Milan Designweek 2018.
(images via hay.dk) Sonos are supposed to produce good loudspeakers so we, at Mimi Berlin, say: Auch Haben!
HAY and Sonos
“HAY and Sonos explore the role of colors, sound and design with the new HAY Sonos One Loudspeaker. Continue reading →
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 →