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The everyday life of Stefan Marx in Berlin, in a new 300-page volume of drawings. Berlin Drawings 2 is released three years after the first volume, one could say the two volumes span pre- and post-pandemic Berlin. The small scale drawings were made in different situations—being on public transport, in nature, at the TXL airport, walking in different neighborhoods, or just at home. On 300 pages Stefan Marx shares his impressions, thoughts and observations of his surrounding space, drawing down faces, typographies, animals, daydreams and quotes of Berlin.

Oh girls and boys, we just can’t get enough of this guy! The one and only – Stefan Marx – is coming back again. This time he will happily sign his latest book ‘Berlin Drawings‘ for us. It is no secret that Stefan Marx finally moved to Berlin about one and a half years ago and luckily, scribbled down his experience of the capital’s hurly-burly and its charismatic inhabitants. Charming as ever, this little book in pink is for Stefan Marx lovers (as we are), Berlin lovers, and for everybody who planned to do her or his Christmas shopping before the 23rd this year! When? 5pm, Saturday, 23rd of November! Where? Right here in our little shop! What to bring? Frankly, just yourself – and maybe some friends!

Stefan Marx’s pictorial language requires no knowledge of art or cultural history and no familiarity with the subjects, but simply a willingness to explore the many and varied links of the narrative to the cultural history of the Tyrol. His panorama takes us on a journey of fantasy, on which we encounter fantastic figures and are confronted with purported history. [expand title="more"] His rectangular cyclorama is a quarry of Tyrolean history and culture. The pictorial spaces house a flurry of metaphors, and there are quotations and references to cultural objects from the Middle Ages to the present day, from the Museum of Tyrolean Regional Heritage or the Armoury. [/expand]

Comes with one Cover made by artist Stefan Marx Dass Popkultur und Musik Menschen erreicht und bewegt, haben in der Geschichte viele Marken erkannt. Eine tiefergehende Symbiose mit der Musik einzugehen, geschweige denn eine langfristige Beziehung zu der einzigartigen Welt des Pop aufzubauen, gelang den wenigsten. Dass seit 20 Jahren ausgerechnet der ehemalige Staatskonzern Telekom mit »Electronic Beats« eine der zentralen Plattformen der elektronischen Musikkultur etabliert hat, [expand title="more"]ist keine Serendipität und zugleich eine Geschichte voller interessanter Wendungen und glücklicher Entscheidungen. Über die Zukunft der Musik, Kommunikation, Reibungen, digitale Räume, Technologiekultur, Jugend und elektronische Beats. Mit Beiträgen von Honey Dijon, Billie Eilish, Bryan Ferry, Ellen Allien, Daniel Wang, Lars Eidinger, Stefan Marx, Ji-Hun-Kim, Whitney Wei, Max Dax, Marie Staggat, Sven von Thülen, Lisa Blanning, Jan Wehn, Jens Balzer, Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Laura Aha, Thomas Venker, Dixon, Transmoderna, Aida Baghernejad, Jens Gerrit Papenburg, Anika Meier, Tim Bruening, und vielen mehr...[/expand]

In “Das Kapitel” (章), Stefan Marx wanders around highly commercialized New York, deals with human feelings and forms of life on both sides of the Atlantic, [expand title="more"]documents superficial materialism and contrasts it with typefaces made up of quotes and lines. In 52 drawings, Stefan shows a chapter of our present. From right to left.[/expand]

Comes with one Cover made by artist Stefan Marx This book will be shipped by the 15th of March. Yes, that's right. Be one of the first 50 and get a limited edition mask* made by GmbH as special gift to it! Dass Popkultur und Musik Menschen erreicht und bewegt, haben in der Geschichte viele Marken erkannt. Eine tiefergehende Symbiose mit der Musik einzugehen, geschweige denn eine langfristige Beziehung zu der einzigartigen Welt des Pop aufzubauen, gelang den wenigsten. Dass seit 20 Jahren ausgerechnet der ehemalige Staatskonzern Telekom mit »Electronic Beats« eine der zentralen Plattformen der elektronischen Musikkultur etabliert hat, [expand title="more"]ist keine Serendipität und zugleich eine Geschichte voller interessanter Wendungen und glücklicher Entscheidungen. Über die Zukunft der Musik, Kommunikation, Reibungen, digitale Räume, Technologiekultur, Jugend und elektronische Beats. Mit Beiträgen von Honey Dijon, Billie Eilish, Bryan Ferry, Ellen Allien, Daniel Wang, Lars Eidinger, Stefan Marx, Ji-Hun-Kim, Whitney Wei, Max Dax, Marie Staggat, Sven von Thülen, Lisa Blanning, Jan Wehn, Jens Balzer, Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Laura Aha, Thomas Venker, Dixon, Transmoderna, Aida Baghernejad, Jens Gerrit Papenburg, Anika Meier, Tim Bruening, und vielen mehr... *This mask's outer fabric is a wool blend satin jacquard featuring the GmbH monogram of a hammer and pick in navy and black and made of the reclaimed deadstock fabric from the GmbH Autumn Winter 2019 collection titled ‘Rare Earth’.[/expand]

The Medium and the Message Words become images—writing, drawings, designs. For around twenty years Stefan Marx has been studying script. Lines of songs, sayings, sentences, and quotations, [expand title="more"]which he then translates in his own script, his graphic writing, into paintings or drawings—two-dimensional surfaces. The poetry of the statements and the painterly quality of the execution combine to form strong works of art. Marx develops each of his pieces with great precision for the specific situation, for the individual work of art, regardless of whether it is an edition, a unique work, a house, or a small invitation card. This is the first book about his Word Paintings in their many varieties and in all media. Essays explain Marx’s drawing, printmaking, and painting, as well as his unique interplay of art and pop culture, sign and life.[/expand]

Stefan Marx releases his new book 'Berlin Drawings' one and a half year after moving to Germany's Capital. These small scale drawings were made in different situations – being on public transport, in clubs, at the TXL airport, walking in different neighborhoods, [expand title="more"]or just at his new home. On 300 pages he shares his impressions, thoughts and observations of his surrounding space, drawing down faces, typographies, animals, daydreams and quotes of Berlin. Berlin Drawings is Stefan's 27th publication with Nieves.[/expand]

Rebel Without A Cause is a project by artist Stefan Marx and distiller Christoph Keller. It features Keller's exorbitant collection of over 150 traffic tickets and regulatory warnings that he accumulated over the last 20 years. These acts of misconduct and unpleasant letters by the German authorities transform into art with Stefan Marx? associative drawings layered on top of each ticket. The originals were sold for the same price as the fine multiplied by 7 at Galerie Karin Guenther in Hamburg, under the motto "cheaper ticket = inexpensive artwork" thus the initial punishment transforming into a reward, value and joy.

Since 2016, Apartamento has invited the world’s best chefs, food lovers, and culinary taste makers to contribute to a series of annual cookbooks.[expand title="more"]Each edition is based around a specific theme, and this year the book provides a fresh take on a global staple: the humble grain of rice, illustrated by Stefan Marx.[/expand]