About Marta
Marta Caro is a Barcelona-born graphic designer and art director currently living and working in New York, USA. Coming from a classic graphic design background, her work spans from interactive, branding and editorial design to art direction. Nowadays she works at The Line as lead designer. Say hi! hello(at)martacaro.com
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Current city: New York
Other cities: Barcelona
Marta Caro is a Barcelona-born graphic designer and art director currently living and working in New York, USA. Coming from a classic graphic design background, her work spans from interactive, branding and editorial design to art direction. Nowadays she works at The Line as lead designer. Say hi! hello(at)martacaro.com
 
Love this shop. Has a coffee shop and a space to work in. There is plenty of light and everything is gorgeous!
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The Brooklyn Academy of Music is a performing arts venue in Brooklyn, New York City, known as a center for progressive and avant garde performance. 
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The NY Botanical Garden is worth of a visit, so beautiful!
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Best contemporary art museum in NY, have to take a train that goes along the Hudson river (best views during fall season!) / rent a car. This museum only uses natural light, and has pieces from Richard Serra, Judd, Sol Lewitt, Walter de Maria, Robert Smithson, Flavin, all best of the best!
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Eat embutidos while drinking Champagne. It is a fun place, always very crowded!
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Used to be one of my fav bars :) there are 2 locations, both good
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Els Quatre Gats is a café in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain that famously became a popular meeting place for famous artists throughout the modernist period in Catalonia.
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Crazy shots! order Monica Lewinsky's shot for a good laugh.
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This nearly 200-year-old bar— reputedly the oldest in Barcelona, is an absynthe bar. Was one of the locations from Vicky Christina Barcelona's film. The Marsella is one of those places that Hemingway supposedly loved to frequent (Hemingway being to bars in Spain what George Washington is to inns in New England).
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syrian restaurant
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It has several rooms with different ambients.
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This is the up & coming market of Barcelona. Happens every first weekend of each month. There are free concerts, food trucks and little designer shops.
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Beautiful Natural park near Cadaques
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jamon, fish and seafood
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Museum of Contemporary Art, located in the famous skater square Placa dels Angels.
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Catalan food. Try to book it in advanced!
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Centre de Cultura Contemporanea de Barcelona. If you sit on the bench and look at the mirror you'll see the sea!
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Really cool spot!
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Love this bar, has a backyard with a big tree in the middle :)
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Most colorful market in Barcelona
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Beautiful modernist building (inside and outside)
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Moritz is the local beer from barcelona.
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MyBarrio market is a community of local design.
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It used to be a cement factory. Ricardo Bofill turned it into his architecture studio.
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Dali's house is outside Barcelona. Located in Port-Lligat, try to book a visit!
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You have to pass by a crappy shop, take the stairs up to the garden!
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It is like a fish market, you choose the fish, they cook it for you!
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old catalan tapas bar
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Very known tapas restaurant
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young & hipster
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Garage Beer Co is a Barcelona-based craft beer brewery and bar.
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cute bar/gallery
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cute beach near barcelona
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Salvador Dalí often visited Cadaqués in his childhood, and later kept a home in Port Lligat, a small village on a bay next to the town. A summer holiday here in 1916, spent with the family of Ramon Pichot is seen as especially important to Dalí's artistic career. Other notable artists, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró, Marcel Duchamp, Richard Hamilton, Albert Ràfols-Casamada, Antoni Pitxot, Henri-François Rey, Melina Mercouri and Maurice Boitel also spent time here. Cadaqués is mentioned in the story "Tramontana" by Gabriel García Márquez.
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The 3.000 square meters space used to be a parking lot and was transformed into an exquisit palace of food. The venue is divided into four restaurants, each specialised in something else. Meat, fish, tapas & rice, delicatessen. And in the center, four counters specialised in cava, wine, beer and cocktails. There’s even an oyster & champagne bar, for the chic & fancy.
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It’s a plant concept store that’s also a cafeteria, art gallery, and venue for all types of events, photo shoots, publicity sessions, or workshops.
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In 1938 during the Spanish Civil war, Francisco Franco laid siege to the city of Barcelona. On the 30 September 1938, one of Franco's bombs fell on the church killing 30 people most of whom were children from the School of Sant Philip Neri and some were refugee children from Madrid where the church had been turned into a make-shift orphanage. As people pulled survivors from the rubble, a second bomb hit the square, killing 12 more bringing the death toll to 42. It was the second worst bombing hit in Barcelona during the war. Evidence of the bombings can be seen in the pockmarked walls of the church.
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Italian illustrator who moved to New York because of love. Since then she has been working as a freelance illustrator with: The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Planadviser, Plansponsor, Jamie Magazine, Skelton Design, The Center For Urban Pedagogy, Now What, Maxus, Weber Shandwick, Accurat and S'well bottle as surface and pattern designer.
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Clothing and home textiles designer at Dusen Dusen
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Sarah Meyohas (b. 1991, French­ American) uses networks of information, power, value, and communication. Meyohas has had solo exhibitions at Independent Régence in Brussels, Galerie Pact in Paris, and 303 in New York. Her work has been included in shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, The Aperture Foundation in New York, Regen Projects in Los Angeles. In 2015, she invented BitchCoin, her personal cryptocurrency. Her current show is on view at Red Bull Arts in New York. Meyohas holds a B.A. in international relations from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. in finance from the Wharton School, and in 2015 received an M.F.A. from Yale University. She is based in New York and runs an eponymously named gallery, Meyohas, in Long Island City.
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Graphic Designer and Art Director working at Pentagram NYC
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