Glass Objects by Ned Cantrell

Glass Objects by Ned Cantrell

Just that, we, at Mimi Berlin, like them objects very much. So we’re sharing.
xoxo have a nice day!

This Danish works are represented by the Nyholm Cantrell gallery (image courtesy of nyholmcantrell.dk) (and via lerssi.com/ livinginashoebox.com)

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NEW! Friendly MimiMalist Conference Badge

NEW! Friendly MimiMalist Conference Badge

Meeting and introducing yourself to others has never been this easy ànd stylish at the same time. Form follows function: the ‘MimiMalist Hello Badge’ is Super Large (ø 10cm) and it’s tinted Beige. the MimiMercandise department at Mimi Berlin designed this mega-brooch not necessarily for conference meetings only: you can wear the Friendly MimiMalist Conference Badge any day, every day!NEW! Friendly MimiMalist Conference Badge
Order your MimiMalist Hello Badge NOW at the mimimall.amsterdam

Mimimalist is a concept by Twan Janssen, executed by Mimi Berlin.

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest nr. 8

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest nr. 8

The Movie.
Discotheque: the Party-Celebration: A party hosted by Mimi Berlin, celebrating (almost) 5 years of Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest (selfportraits by, for and with Mimi Berlin). We had Music, we had Drinks, Snacks, Sauerkraüt, Partyhats, Photographers; we had 2 Group-Photo moments and we had FUN  at Sexyland

A short clip by and for Mimi Berlin’s Friends and Families, a self-portrait: posing on the couch. The portrayed are all creative minds from The Netherlands. In daily life they try to make the world a prettier place by creating and sharing (mostly behind the scenes) in the fields of art, music, design, theater, illustration, photography, jewellry, perfume and food, and by just having fun in general.  (read more mimiberlinfashionfest.com) Thanks You Wendelien Daan!

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest: The Party Celebration 2017

Mimi Berlin’s Fashion Fest: The Party Celebration 2017

We, at Mimi Berlin visit parties all the time. This time we wanted to give back: so we threw a party for yous all: Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest: The Party Celebration at Sexyland in Amsterdam. Celebrating 5 years of Mimi Berlin’s Fashion-Fest. We had Music, we had the last two group-portraits we made on show, we had Drinks, Snacks, Sauerkraüt, also we had, Partyhats, Goodie Bags, Photographers ànd we had 2 Group-Photo moments. And we had SO much fun! Thanks to all our friends and family, DJ Frankie D and everyone at Sexyland We Love You!

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Roller Derby for Girls

Roller Derby for Girls

Roller Derby is a contact sport played by two teams of five members roller skating in the same direction around a track, they have all kinds of matches whilst doing so. Basically one of the teams needs to be the fastest; the players are very rough with each other in order to accomplish a win. Roller skating marathons became populair in the 1930s, just like the dance marathons. Roller Derby is a sport with a high entertaiment value; the same kind the american wrestling matches have.

The black and white image is made at a Roller Derby match in 1948, taken from Time/Life Magazine. (read the article and see more images here at time.com)
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Jump into the Future: Opening Night

Jump into the Future: Opening Night

Mimi Berlin Blogger Team visited the opening night of the exhibition Jump into the Future –  Art from the 90’s and 2000’s. The Borgmann Donation. Thomas Borgmann is an art-collector who donated (the largest donation yet) his art to the Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam. Among the featured artists are Cosima von Bonin (see images below)

The opening night wasn’t just drinks-n-nibbles-like, no; it was a true large-scaled party! An ‘Artsy-Party’ to be precise. The Stedelijk museum co-hosted, with Ultrasexy and Amsterdam Art Weekend, this party for everyone for free. the gigantic entrance hall of the Stedelijk Museum transforms into an intimate artistic rave club where nothing is what it seems (readmore artsy party) We are not sure it was an intimate affair; the place was packed, but the museum sure was turned into a rave club! Fun! For a moment we truly felt like we lived in ‘the big-city’. Thanks for donating this party Amsterdam!