Made In Amsterdam-Noord Photography for IJmagazine

IJmagazine

IJmagazine is a printed ‘glossy’ magazine about Amsterdam-Noord, well, it’s actually printed on beautiful matte paper. By ‘glossy’ we mean that the content is very high-end in means of lay-out, photography and stories. Inside this second issue you will find a photo-series by Mimi Berlin and JW Kaldenbach. We made an alternative shopping-editorial on things ‘made’ and ‘collected’ in Amsterdam-Noord.

Amsterdam Noord

Furthermore the magazine shows hot-spots, interior styling, architectural pieces in Noord, and most important: newly build homes, as in buildings for sale in the Northern part of Amsterdam, across from the city-center near the IJ waterfront.

IJmagazine is for sale

The IJmagazine is for sale at the so-called better bookstores, such as for example Athenaeum and Scheltema in Amsterdam. Or subscribe to the ‘aan t IJ‘ newsletter and get it for free.

More on Amsterdam Noord HERE on this Blog

Jumpy Karl Diptych at Mimi Berlin’s image library

Jumpy Karl

A small ode to Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion designer who passed away recently. Jumpy Karl is now available from Mimi Berlin’s image library. This diptych consist of Jumpy (MB000013) and Karl (MB000014) ©mimiberlin2019

Have a look, maybe you need this imagery, and maybe you don’t.
Either way, don’t say we didn’t offer.
Have a nice day! xoxo Mimi Berlin

MB Stock Images

MB Stock Images is Mimi Berlin’s image library, photography also by Ms Berlin.
Added and unique value to this library is that you buy in pairs, always and only. In other words it’s a diptych image library.
View the complete MB Diptych Image Library by clicking this sentence.

If you are interested please leave a reply and we’ll get in touch.

Tallest Men on Earth in the 20th century

Tallest Men

The three men pictured below were some the tallest men on earth, in the beginning of the 20th century. Ralph ‘Tex’ Madsen or the ‘Tall Cowboy’ was photographed in 1919 on the steps of the Capitol in the US of A. The German soldier, photographed and captivated at Calais in 1944 is believed to be Jakob Nacken. After WWII he returned to New York, where his job was being the largest Santa Claus in the world. Gogea Mitu a.k.a. ‘Goliath of Romania’ was a boxer from, yes; Romania, photograped here in 1935 together with an ‘opponent’. They all most likely suffered from gigantism don’t you think?

How lovely and strange are these images?!
That’s it for today: Have a one! xoxo Mimi

(The photo’s were originally made in black and white, they have been colorized later on- via @historycolored)
Click the link to see more tall people on this blog.

Mimi Berlin Blogger Team at the Unseen Platform Photofair

Mimi Berlin Bloggerteam visited the annual Unseen Photofair in Amsterdam last weekend.

We saw many, many photographic works and met many friends. Like always this small photofair, held at the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam (21/23-09-18) is always a joy to visit. Below some images we took of work that stood out for us. Enjoy! xoxo Mimi Berlin.

(all images by Mimi Berlin made with a phone without filters)

Theo Niekus

At the bookfair we met Theo Niekus, a Dutch street photographer who publishes (and makes) his own books (by hand). We were very impressed by his art-book ‘My Image Memory”: 1690 pages thick filled with all kinds of images, collected by Mr Niekus throughout many years. Theo Niekus publishes much more, a.o. the photography magazine ‘Report’. We suggest you visit his site and have a look. theoniekus.nl

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Tetsuro Sato Hengao Funny Face

Hengao

Photographer Tetsuro Sato made a series of black and white photographs named: Hengao, which means Funny Face in Japanese. A simple concept, inspired by Purlkura

read more/image via the Onishi Project

Purikura

“In Japan, purikura (プリクラ) refers to a photo sticker booth or the product of such a photo booth. The name is a shortened form of the registered trademark Purinto Kurabu (プリント倶楽部). The term derives from the English print club.” (knowledge via wikipedia)

The first Purikura machine was called Print Club machine, made by Atlus in 1995.