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euromaxx highlights

In this edition: gourmet meat, the mystery of artist Olaf Hajek, food after fashion and Olympic logos and women who want to play men.

Black Antoinette by Olaf Hajek

Euromaxx takes a close look at this talented artist whose provocative works, at first glance, seem based in classical painting with a touch of surrealism.

A Taste of the Runway

Former fashion designer-turned-cook Anna Marconi mixes humor, creativity, food and fashion. Her recipes reflect the designs that grace the catwalk and then the glossy pages of magazines.

Acquired Tastes

Some people like to spend their money on luxury goods, others on food. Gourmet meat is in style but these cuts can run over 400 euros per kilo.

Summer Olympics 2012

We take a look at the logo, the pictograms and the color systems being used at the London Olympics.

Man for a Day

We report on a new documentary by German director Katarina Peters. It portrays women who attend a workshop where they learn what it is like to be a man.

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