SURROUND YOURSELF WITH WHAT YOU LOVE
Berlin, September 2013. Lea Lange, Marc Pohl and Sebastian Hasebrink, three young design enthusiasts decide to put an end to the lack of affordable art in Europe’s living rooms. The three created a platform for talented emerging artists from all around the world. To inspire people and to bring more art into our lives.
JUNIQE is an online marketplace for art. The antidote to bare walls. Injecting creativity into homes and wardrobes. Guided by the mantra Art. Get yourself some designs of international artists on prints, fashion, home textiles and other products. The team hand-picks each design to bring you a carefully curated selection of artworks that speak your language.
MARC POHL, LEA LANGE AND SEBASTIAN HASEBRINK BRING US THE FRESHEST PRINTS, FRAMED ART, T-SHIRTS, HOODIES, LEGGINS, WALLPAPER, STATIONARY PRODUCTS… AND EVEN SHOWER CURTINS
JUNIQE is not only the coolest and hippest art shop for art out there, these people value creatitivity and the artist behind the design. Here is some of their Artist Stories:
SVENJA TRIERSCHEID – THE INTIMACY OF ANALOGUE
Svenja Trierscheid started shooting fashion editorials and film projects during her studies in multimedia design. These days, when she’s not photographing models, dancers, landscapes or anything else that inspires her, the Berlin-based photographer and filmmaker runs food blog paleo-foodporn. She has published three cookbooks that focus on simple Paleo recipes.
ANDREAS JARNER – JUNIQE X FREUNDE VON FREUNDEN
As part of Artist Stories series, JUNIQE collaborated with Freunde von Freunden to glimpse inside the life and mind of Copenhagen-based artist Andreas Jarner.
THOMAS FUCHS WAS BASED IN NEW YORK CITY FOR 15 YEARS
His client list includes The New York Times, Rolling Stone and The New Yorker.
JULIA DANKWERTH ON HER ART, HER FASCINATION WITH THE BODY AND WHO INSPIRES HER MOST.
Berlin-based artist and designer Julia Danckwerth started her career path in fashion and graduated from the Weißensee Kunsthochschule in 2014. Since then she has gone on to do a PhD, has founded her own fashion label and illustrates whenever she has a spare moment. Her art is mainly figurative and minimalistic: omitting features to create an “aesthetic of absence”.
Find your piece of art, sweater, one-piece or, wallpaper…. juniqe.com.
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By Magnus Busch
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