Fun with Paintings by Javier Mayoral

Fun with Paintings by Javier Mayoral

The paintings (acrylics on wood) by Javier Mayoral are based on random texts, with just the right imagery added to them. Some are sexy, some are not: but all illustrations a little bit absurd.. So much fun and pretty at the same time. Available from pulpbrother.com. Price ranges from from $150 to $200.

As we speak (January 2018) the ‘Mustache’ painting on the left is still for sale. Javier Mayoral’s production seems high, so it’s maybe nice for you to follow him on instagram: @pulpbrother

(All images by/via pulpbrother.com)

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #7

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #7

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #7; Bed Peace Choose Life @ Tetterode, January 2017.
Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #7; Bed Peace Choose Life @ Tetterode.
From left to right: Mimi Berlin and Friends wishing you Love, Peace and Happiness. VUFU&FE (von uns für uns & für euch.) Paraphrasing Eric Koch’s picture of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Bed-In for Peace  (Hair Peace Bed Peace) at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel. March 25, 1969. The portrayed are all creative minds from The Netherlands. In daily life they try to make the world a prettier place by creating arts, drama, fashion, and by just being kind in general.

A big huge thanks to you all for your generousity, creativity, kindness, knowledge and time! Rex Dieter, Wilhelmina Bulhof, Petra Kamphuis, Carmen Freudenthal, Machteld Schouten, Peter Pieksma, JW Kaldenbach, Marten Tak, Twan Janssen, Wendelien Daan, Amber Jansen, Pamela Spruyt, Mark van Vorstenbos, Ingrid Blankendaal, Jozef van der Heijden.

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest #7; Bed Peace Choose Life, was made on January 8, 2017 it’s a self-portrait/photo-montage made by Mimi Berlin©2017

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CHOOSE LIFE

George Michael has sadly passed away last year. He became a famous in the 1980s with his band WHAM! At the same time Katherine Hamnett‘s oversized, white slogan t-shirts, the ones with the large block letters, were equally populair. These t-shirts were launched in 1983. We are quite sure that everyone can see the simlarity between the t-shirts and the billboard placed by John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969 “war is over of you want it”. (pictured above on Times Square in New York City but it was simultaneously displayed at Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles and at six European cities). Both are protesting against ‘unfairness’ in the world.
Well, Just that. Have a happy 2017 Y’all! xoxo

PS
Mimi Berlin isn’t the only one with treasures in the attic: Ms Wilhelmina found an original Hamnett t-shirt on her’s!
More on John and Yoko’s peaceful protest on this blog
See Rex Dieters Mimimotto’s on this blog

(images via yoko ono / youmustcreate.com/ katharinehamnett.com /asos.com/au/ thahanks Rex Dieter, Twan Janssen und Ms Wilhelmina)

If you think we missed some (historical) similar, visually equal, protests, besides picket lines, please let us know! We are interested….!

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Tuesday

Tuesday

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today it’s Tuesday….In case we’ll forget…Have a nice Day!
xoxo Mimi

Animal Rights with Doris Day

Animal Rights Doris Day

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The actress cares for animals, obviously….

*Animal rights is the idea that some, or all, non-human animals are entitled to the possession of their own lives and that their most basic interests—such as the need to avoid suffering—should be afforded the same consideration as similar interests of human beings.

Internet Princess Says:

Internet Princess Says:

Texts from the digital age

The week is pink @mimiberlin