Maybe more pretty than real flowers, maybe not, either way…Auch Haben!
Four R. Brendel Mixed Media Floral Botanic Models : Lot 1003 liveauctioneers.com
img via beikey.net
A Group of Botanical Models
Victorian Botanical model
A Brendel model showing the fruit of a belladonna plant.
A c. 1900 R. Brendel Berlin botanical Model the bean germination, painted papermache, plaster and wood; the leaves probably replaced later out of plastic (?), on turned wood stand with non matching paper description label. Height c. 55 cm. (WU).
from the Brendel catalogue, issued in Berlin in 1913. (property of TU Delft )
Model of a lily flower. The base is made of wood and flower paper mache. Made by Brendel & Company, Germany. ca 1920
Selection of Brendel papier mache teaching models. Photograph from RBGE collection
image by mimi berlin made in Voorschoten, The Netherlands
Gadget on planter (plastic on plastic)
Toad armchair, 1968 Polyester resin 30,3 x 44 x 36,2 inches Édition Résine d’Art O. Haligon
Mimi Berlin started using Instagram (@mimiberlin_amsterdam) on a frequent basis a whiile ago. Due to that fact we forget to post the images we make ourselves on this blog. Which, to us, is a shame, since we intend to keep this blog forever and make it our own encyclopedia. The first two images are made by us, the last one is the toad chair designed by Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne. (image via jousse-entreprise.com)
People sometimes ask of us; what is it that you do Mimi Berlin? You keep posting these random images with equally random topics…. Well, we answer, we read these images. Just as important; we edit them, not with Photoshop, but we like to combine images to create new visions or ideas, or to ‘write down’ what’s in our minds, so we don’t forget.
We know we always bombard you with pictures and stories of dogs, but we actually like cats very much as well. These images by Stephen Eichhorn are so wonderful we had to share them with you. Just that. Have a Nice Day! xoxo (see more/via anothermag)
Here’s an attraction we would like to visit: The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland, England is a poison garden. The garden is property of Jane Percy, Duchess of Northumberland. She was inspired by the poison garden at the Medici Estate in Padua, Italy