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MKTG Singapore gets new digs

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Former MKTG New York’s Cat Lyon, who now runs our Singapore office, and another former MKTG New Yorker, Jonathan Zheng, working away in front of their new mural…

If you follow DAN’s social channels, you may have noticed that the APAC office in Singapore is in the process of moving into a new space…all 750 of them. What this will do for MKTG is give us more direct access to the other DAN agencies in the region since our team in Singapore will now be amongst them all. Above is a comp of the MKTG space that, while still under construction, will scream MKTG thanks to the custom wall mural that will be painted just behind the desk of our head of APAC, former MKTG NYer Cat Lyon. To make the space our own, Cat and team commissioned a local artist, who goes by Mojoko, to create a large format work that combines Asian Pop Culture, Chindian imagery, with some Aussie references to be added shortly. Look for the finished product soon on our social channels!

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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

September 12th, 2017 at 11:22 am

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Cosmic Corner

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Legendary artist (and my good friend) Kenny Scharf has been a fixture in the art world since sharing an apartment—called the Cosmic Closet—with the late Keith Haring in the 1980’s. Now, Kenny is painting the very same wall that Keith tagged so long ago at the corner of Bowery and Houston in New York City. And in true Kenny form, it’s Groovenian.

The mural coincides with Kenny’s new exhibit, Hot Glue Hullabaloo, at the Hole gallery just a few blocks away. Who needs LSD when you’ve got a glue gun? Trust me, it’s worth the trip.

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Written by Christopher Skinner
Christopher Skinner

November 29th, 2010 at 4:21 pm