Marius is known for his sensual artworks. He makes use of the human figure as a canvas to style tiny props that tell a larger story. His non-digital success has taken the world by storm. His collection “Modern Drugs” drew a massive following. Comfortable in the digital realm, Marius created an interactive portrait titled “Likes=Money” that priced his are based on Instagram likes, resulting in over 110k likes and over $100k sale.
Marius expresses his art stories on the human body. He personally invites his clients into a world that subverts their expectations, challenging societal norms and commenting on urgent contemporary topics. All of his artworks are real miniature sets that were built for his narratives. They contain no photoshops.
Sperlich’s unique visual style as well as the dialogue sparked by his images has caught the public’s attention, growing him a following of over half a million people on Instagram alone, as well as the recognition of publications, celebrities, and art lovers alike.
The term "depressed" should be viewed as "deep rest." Your body need depression. The character you've been attempting to play needs to take a long nap.
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„482 MG“ had 786 editions purchased. Its original listing price was $999. Its highest bid was $800.00 and it was last sold for $525.
„You Only Loved Me When We Were High“ is currently sold for $3,298.21.
Marius was approved by Playboy for their 65th-anniversary issue cover. He has also been featured in famous publications such as Vogue, Glamour, Highsnobiety, Dazed, i-D, HYPEBEAST, The Love Magazine, and a lot more.
Likes = Money
In 2019 Marius had an interactive exhibit dubbed “Likes = Money” at Art Basel. It was the first of its kind, basing its final price tag on the number of likes received within 24h. Marius’ work is always in interaction with the contemporary movements of society. Always relevant, his work has the rare quality of being able to catch anyone: he speaks the language of a generation.
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He has worked with a variety of companies, including Playboy, for whom he styled and took the photos on the cover of the 65th anniversary issue.
Sperlich is acquainted with Bonnie Strange.
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