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Malmö street artists' mouse detective trail is a 'biting' satire

Is Mayor Felix C Atus (below right) all that he seems? Photo: AnonyMouse

Published: 20.May.2019 16:22 hrs

With their new immersive detective mystery Mustisk (Mousterious), the Malmö collective AnonyMouse have taken their mouse-themed street art in an ambitious and gently satirical direction.

Both the new mouse-sized establishment that is the final destination in the treasure hunt (so far unseen by Instagrammers), and the reward issue of Lindenkronan, the city newspaper the collective has invented for the mystery, are nothing short of brilliant. 
 
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