The Story of the Gorgeous Librarian

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The story of Delia, the Gorgeous Librarian.

This the Gorgeous Librarian, but her name is Delia, she suffers from severe memory loss. Her daytime job as a librarian can be done easily; she just looks up everything she needs to know, again and again. Her speciality at night is bondage. This gorgeous librarian likes to experiment with plastic elastics, the ones she gets from the mailman. Delia thinks it’s a more friendly way to tie people down; that is not the case of course. She knows that, but she forgets. It’s never a valuable lesson for Delia when one of her clients turns blue, but they keep coming back for more.

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The Gorgeous Librarian is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

Gorgeous Librarian, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cube, 1920s porcelain halfdoll, rubber elastic, Dutch pocket dictionary, 1st edition/Meulenhoff ca 1950) 9 x 9 cm. All items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

Stripper Pole Dancer Sella: Her Story

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The Story of Sella the Stripper Pole Dancer

This is Sella, a.k.a. ‘La Giraffa’ she is a fashion model by day. At night Sella works as a striptease dancer, specialized in spinning the dancing pole. From the day she was born she was most known for her remarkable legs; they were sooooo long that they earned her the nickname ‘La Giraffa”. Her mother always needed to add 25 cm of fabric lenght to her clothes so they would fit properly. Sella’s mom did so until the girl was 12 years of age, then she grew tired of it and Sella only wore mini-skirts and 3/4 pants by then. Needless to say; bare legs are a normal thing for Sella, and she has no problems flaunting them at all.

Stripper Pole, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cube, 1920/30s etched glass, porcelain legs marked “Deutschland”, 1960s metal compact powder box) 9 x 9 cm. All collectable items have been left untouched. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

Powder Box Girls

Stripper Pole is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

The Story of Lady Dice

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The Story of Debby a.k.a. Lady Dice

Lady Dice, but her name is Debby, earns her living with gambling in the daytime; hence the nickname ‘Dice’. At her night-time job Debby is very populair with the clients, she gets the most tips. She thinks that’s a blessing, but it’s not. Yes you guessed right: Debby’s Tips are being swallowed at the crap table every day. Debby’s daytime addiction is a hindrance for her night-time colleagues; nobody knows for sure if she will be present and an empty space is bad for business. Up till now they organized 2 interventions but Lady Dice has missed 7 shifts already, compromising her position at the ‘Fuck Flat’ heavily.

Powder Box Girls

Lady Dice is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

Lady Dice, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cube, 1920s/1930s porcelain halfdoll, $1 bill, 1950s compact powder box) 9 x 9 cm. All collectable items have been left untouched. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

The Story of Vanity

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The Story of Vanity

This is Vanity, but her name is Loulou, she is from Germany.
Her day job is taking care of children at the daycare center of the local gym. Loulou is one of 6 sisters, she is the oldest and a very responsible person. At home Loulou feels the need to help her siblings out with, well; everything.
The life of this young female is a crowded one, with people seeking her attention continuously. Loulou copes with that busyness during the night, at the ‘Fuckflat’: she loves to just take care of herself while staring at her own reflection in the mirror, creating new poses for hours on end.
Almost needless to mention; the customers she attracts are the ones who like to watch.powderboxgirls story vanity

Vanity, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cube, 1920/30s etched glass, porcelain halfdoll, 1950s metal compact powder box) 9 x 9 cm. All items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

Vanity is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

Dancing Queen: Her Story

Gloria the Dancing Queen: Her Story

This is Gloria, a retired Marathon Dancer. She once was the record-holding queen of so-called ‘dance marathons’. Gloria quit these endurance movement contests after her partner, Homer, danced himself to death after ‘dancing’ for 98 hours non-stop.

In her heyday Gloria always repaired her own, danced-down shoes: that’s how she learned the basics of shoecrafting. The dayjob of this retired, prizewinning dancer is shoe designer. At night she still dances for money (faking the endurance part of the marathons) and at the same time she promotes her designs.
You know: sex sells.
Most of her clients are sadistic men and women with a fetish for shoes.

powder box girls dancing queen storyDancing Queen, 2017, Mixed media (acrylic cube, plastic, glass, paper, 1960s brass enameled powderbox “mascot cream powder“) 9 x 9 cm. All items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

Dancing Queen is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

The Story of Sleeping Beauty

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The Story of Ulli the Sleeping Beauty

This is the Sleeping Beauty, but her name is Ulli, and she’s the odd one out at the ‘Fuck Flat’. Ulli doesn’t reside in a cube. Also, this girl suffers from narcolepsy so it’s impossible for Ulli to have a dayjob. She is the only Powder Box Girl who doesn’t have two jobs. At night the customers try to wake her up by kissing her. More aggresive tactics are pulling the elastic and letting it go so it slaps hers body hard. Actually clients do everything else they can think of with the elastic straps, sometimes it’s a horrifying site! It seems like this girl knows no pain, nobody knows for sure. The mirror ensures that she’s still breathing.

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Sleeping Beauty is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

Sleeping Beauty, 2016, mixed media (1950s ceramics, celluloid, mirror, acrylic glass, elastic hairband, rubber, plastic led light) 20 x 13 cm. All items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used.

 

The Story of Mom Maria

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The Story of Mom Maria

This is Maria, she is a secluded person and does her job at night in an anonymous way; she covers her face with latex. Maria’s dayjob was being a stay-at-home mom, but her son died recently. She is still in mourning so she visits his grave most of the time. Actually, Maria visits every day and brings flowers.

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Mom Maria is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

Mom Maria, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cube, 1920s porcelain halfdoll, marked ‘foreign‘. Compact powder box ‘Vogue‘ 1970s, petit ceramic trinketbox with a tranfer portrait of a boy, latex, oversized pin, wood.) 10 x 10 cm. All items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

The Story of Tina

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The Story of Tina

This is Tina, she was born in one the smallest village on a tiny island in The Netherlands. During the daytime she is an estheticienne. At night, next to having plain sex for cash, she takes care of her colleauges by tidying up their appearance. Tina likes to shave eyebrows off, cut long hair short and she loves pushing hair coloration to it’s limits. She is the most flamboyant person you’ll ever meet, by Dutch standards that is. Tina is the best example of a Dutch souvenir-girl.

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Tina is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

Tina, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cube, 1940s/50s porcelain Dutch souvenir wooden shoe from Ameland, feathers, 1960s etched metal powderbox Stratton, 1920s/30s halfdoll) 9 x 9 cm. All collectable items have been left untouched. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

The Story of Jean’s Meeting Point

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The Short Story of Jean’s Meeting Point

This is Jean, she is a shop-a-colic, by day and by night. She just isn’t able to leave the shoppingmall at all anymore. You could say that’s the reason she’s homeless. At night time, when the shops are closed, she roams the mall by herself and finds her customers near the ‘Meeting Point’. Jean takes her clients (male and female) to the back alley behind the neon signs for a quicky. Yes, that is her specialty, and Jean is good at it, the best!

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Meeting Point, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic cubes, Miniaturfigur Preiser, made in Germany /  Fake Chanel ‘CC’ pocket mirror / ‘Auto-coat’ glass window sign from Maison de Bonneterie, Amsterdam. A genuine Chanel button.) 13 x 13 cm. All collectable items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used. If you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

Powder Box Girls

Meeting Point is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.

 

The story of Pinky Palace

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The story Pinky Palace

This is Joan, but her name is Pinky Palace. By day she is an interior designer, her favorite style is Hollywood Regency. Her nighttime workplace is decorated to the max, the color scheme of her cube completes her physique so well that everybody just stares and admires the beauty of it all. No customer has ever seen her room from the inside. Joan doesn’t mind, she knows her window is only a facade, her tiny work room is just as plain as any other room in ‘The Fuck Flat’

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Pinky Palace, 2016, Mixed media (acrylic, cube, Avon compact powder box, 1980s ceramics marked Arzberg, sponge, celluloid toothing rings, elastic hairband, plastic) 9 x 9 cm. All items have been left untouched, no glue or any other permanent adhesives have been used. if you open the gold filled seal this sculpturette will fall apart.

Powder Box Girls

Pinky Palace is part of the Powder Box Girls; a series of statuettes accompanied by their own short story created by Mimi Berlin. The Powder Box Girls are girls of pleasure with double jobs. Working during the day is very important to them, oddly enough without these jobs they couldn’t work the night.