Alma Haser’s Dog Photobooth

Alma Haser’s Dog Photobooth

A travelling pop-up studio, set up by award-winning fine art photographer Alma Haser, to capture a distinct portrait of each delightful dog.

The Dog Photobooth was first established when Alma Haser, a renowned portrait photographer and artist was invited to set up a pop-up booth at a dog event on the East Sussex coast. It proved an instant success and Alma continues to present her photo booth at events up and down the country, as well as accepting invitations to set up her mobile studio in client’s homes for one-to-one pet portraits sessions.

If you would like a portrait of your dog please visit  the dog photobooth site to make an appaointment or to check Alma Haser’s agenda!

See Rex Dieter’s Amazing Dogfaces Essay HERE on this Blog

 

 

 

Adventure #24: Tosti being Independent

Adventure #24: Tosti is Independent: As we all know little Tosti has a big appetite. Most of the time he’ll just find his food in front of him, served in a collector’s bowl (shop those collector’s items). But due to an increasing workload for his parents, he has to prepare his own meals more frequently than before. And, let’s be frank, he is no spring puppy anymore, he can handle that independence just fine.tosti
At first The Diva was at a loss in the kitchen………
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Being a very intelligent dog, he soon found out where to get the goodies…..

You can visit Tosti on his Facebook Page
or see him on Instagram

Cricket in a Jar

Cricket in a Jar, or crickets as pets if you will. In China the people used (early antiquity) to have crickets for the sound they make. Nowadays they are kept for cricket fighting. They can be bought at the local market. The insects are held in little cups ranging from old cans to embellished “cricket pots” The buyer chooses a cricket by listening to the sound he makes and how it reacts when touched. To activate the little animal it gets pricked with a little stick so the buyer can compare the crickets. The size of the crickets on sale varies as well; tiny ones are held in small boxes containing a single corn, bigger ones in a wooden “cage case”. Chinese cricket culture and cricket-related business is highly seasonal. Trapping crickets in the fields peaks in August and extends into September. Cricket fighting season extends until the end of autumn.

Fashion Designers with Pet Dogs

We know that it is BonTon nowadays to have a cat, Mr Lagerfeld even has a twitter account for his Choupette.
But there used to be a time, in the ninetees of the previous century for example, when a pet dog was THE accessory Du Jour (see below). Even Karl L. had a dog! For us, at Mimi Berlin, there is no choice, we simply are dog lovers and we’ll stay dog lovers forever.
Karl Lagerfeld pet dog
Karl Lagerfeld circa 1990 with his dog Mr. Ashton (via Wmagazine)
GianFranco Ferre and pet dog
GianFranco Ferre and his dog Argo in 1990. Styled by Edward Enninful via Wmagazine)
marc jacobs with dalmatian dog
Marc Jacobs matching his dog, about 1990, photographer unknown (via dogwalk)

Want to see more fashion designers and their dogs? Just click here for Rex Dieter’s collection on Mimi Berlin’s Facebook Page

Adventure #22: Tosti has a Change of Hair

As we all know Tosti is a little Diva, and he likes to dress up. The other day he just had enough of his curly locks, they had to be changed. He decided upon being a blonde. tosti at the doggy parlour
It took ages at the doggy parlour, but the result was stunning: A blonde beehive for Tosti!Tosti blond beehive
We hope he can maintain this new hairdo!!

You can visit Tosti on Instagram and join his Facebook Page