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Mareike Muller

Born and raised in the creative mecca Berlin, Mareike Muller worked her first professional years in advertising and design before she decided to apply for the citizenship of the world, leaving Berlin for Stockholm. Spending some years in fashionable capital of Sweden she continued her voyage via Barcelona to Buenos Aires, where she was living for almost two years, working as an artist agent spreading emerging art with her own agency The Eclectic Tomorrow. But, as stakes are high the search for the perfect place to live and work went on and brought her to vibrant Mexico City, where she´s relocating now continuing to broaden her scope, establishing her vision of spreading emerging art around the globe. When she´s not working, blogging or traveling around the world you'll probably find her vintage clothing treasure hunting or sipping an Old Fashioned fantasizing about being a Mexican luchador's wife and having some unicorns browsing in the backyard.

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Brilliantly colorful aeroplanes by P. Williams

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Wednesday 20 March 2013

We know very little about artist P. Williams besides that he’s American. And that he likes planes: happy planes; flying planes. His latest series, called Cluster F*** sees dynamic colour explosions paired with fluffy clouds and almost smiling planes.

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SiMPLE’s artwork is anything but …

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Tuesday 12 March 2013

You shouldn’t draw conclusions because of his name: SiMPLE’s work is anything but simple. With his background and inspiration coming from graffiti, he developed his own style over the past years combining very aesthetic colours, geometric shapes and different materials. Based in Gothenburg, Sweden, he not only paints and illustrates but beautifies the city with […]

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Photographs by New York’s Mark Hartman

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By Mareike Muller in New Photography on Thursday 7 March 2013

Manhattan-born Mark Hartman takes photographs that are so balanced and genuine that you actually relax while looking at them. Seeing is peaceful shots of mother nature as well as his beautiful portraits of people of all different kinds cultures gives you the feeling of being there yourself; no filter, just real life.

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Cute illustrations from Alejandro Giraldo

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By Mareike Muller in New Illustration on Thursday 7 March 2013

The work detailed way of illustrating animals and cute little creatures of Medellin-based graphic designer, illustrator and art director Alejandro Giraldo has brought him clients like Vueling, Nike and Snickers. And if that’s not enough, he even has his own clothing line, called Velmost, to pimp your body, too.

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Buy a piece of David Lynch for your home

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Wednesday 6 March 2013

Britney Spears once sang: You want a piece of me? But with David Lynch, it’s literally becoming a realistic question with a positive answer. As if making movies, music, writing books and being a photographer isn’t already enough to feel a certain amount of self-fulfillment, he has now published a series of lithographs. So if […]

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Fairy-tales from Tasmania: new artwork by Ghostpatrol

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Friday 15 February 2013

These multi-disciplinary treasures were created by the Tasmania-born artist, Ghostpatrol, who devoted himself to ‘create worlds across mediums exploring ideas of space exploration’. His fairy-tale like drawings and murals are bewitching and inspiring at the same time. Full of creativity and profound ideas, he creates cute characters that tell tales for grown-ups.

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Illustrations by Malaysian artist Tang Yau Hoong

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By Mareike Muller in New Illustration on Thursday 7 February 2013

The charismatic illustrations of Malaysian Tang Yau Hoong are created by using negative space. It’s a very clever way to play around with the visual illusion you achieve by using the space you usually do not use.

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K/LLER Collection: jewelry from Brooklyn

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By Mareike Muller in New Fashion on Monday 4 February 2013

Katie deGuzman and Michael Miller met at Parsons in 2000 but it took them 10 years and some frustrating work experiences to start their own business, K/LLER Collection. Now they are tearing apart found materials and objects to create androgynous but still quite feminine jewelry. The characters of HBO’s True Blood wear their broken-down-aesthetic-pieces on the show.

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Amnesty International’s Candle Campaign by Antone Magnien

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By Mareike Muller in Video on Tuesday 29 January 2013

Even though this print campaign is not new, it’s still brilliant. French 3D designer Antoine Magnien created an incredible series (all rendered in 3D) of death penalty scenarios made out of white candles. By lighting the candles, the electric chair and all the other horrific scenes of torturing people to death slowly melt away. It’s […]

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Ever and ROA’s shared mural creation in Buenos Aires

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Friday 25 January 2013

Even though many don’t expect Buenos Aires, or Latin America in general, to be a hotspot for awesome street art, it is. Check out this new mural which bloomed through a collaboration between Belgian artist ROA and the Argentine artist, Ever, in the ever-hip neighbourhood of Palermo. The work, called The People Feed Communism to the Beast, is a beautiful example of two talented street artists working together to create something stunning.

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Awesome street art by Brooklyn-based Australian The Yok

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Tuesday 22 January 2013

Even though The Yok lives in Brooklyn nowadays, we can call his street art Australian, because that’s where he’s originally from: Perth. The loopy characters with the awesome staches and beards do not only look good on walls, but also on canvas, as paintings and illustrations. His potato headed gargoyles have been exhibited around the world, from Berlin to Taipei, and his success doesn’t seem to stagnate. So if you love surfing like The Yok does, keep your eyes open for an original artwork close to your local beach, too.

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FILMography loves the Big Apple

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By Mareike Muller in Cool Websites on Friday 18 January 2013

What would happen if you love New York and are a true cineast? Well, then your name would be Christopher Moloney and you would have a tumblr site called FILMography (FILM + photography). Moloney’s idea is to capture and archive all the famous places in the Big Apple where cinema history was written, always documenting the original sequence with a photograph in his hand. Lucky him, because this job will be never-ending since there are more than just plenty of iconic movies done in the city that never sleeps…

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The incredible Looping Bridge in Sarajevo

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By Mareike Muller in Architecture on Thursday 17 January 2013

Bojan Kanlić, Adnan Alagić and Amila Hrustić had to wait for five years until the bridge they designed for a competition while studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo was built. Festina Lente, or for those who don’t speak Latin, ‘Make haste, slowly’, is the name of this extraordinary construction that spans 38 meters over the Miljacka river. The idea of this steel bridge with an aluminium trim and glass fence is to create a symbolic gate and a balance between the left and the right side. One could say that the three Bosnian product designers did this very, very well.

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Spanish artist Eugenio Merino

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Friday 11 January 2013

Spanish artist Eugenio Merino makes a point with his ironic but humorous sculptures. Clearly influenced by the history of his own country, he’s found a way of dealing with it and at the same time exploring global issues like religion, war and poverty, always putting his finger on the tender spots. His work shows the sad side of this world´s society and politics in a most humorous way.

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Scary-cute art and tattoos by Vancouver’s Nomi Chi

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By Mareike Muller in New Art on Thursday 10 January 2013

Let´s chop and slice some things and, voilá, the result is some scary but cute art. This method doesn’t work for every artist: some do work that is just bizarre. But Vancouver-based artist Nomi Chi found the thin line between odd and adorable in her creations. She finds her inspiration from daily chaos and transforms it into tactile imagery, very often referring to geometry.

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