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  • Copenhagen poster by Martin Schwartz
  • Købehavn af Martin Schwartz
  • Copenhagen poster by Martin Schwartz

København

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Denne plakat gengiver København som et konglomerat af de mange forskellige bygninger, der udgør byens DNA. Byens skyline er kendetegnet ved de mange kirkespir, som stikker op over de karakteristiske røde tegltage og på gadeplan mødes du af et vel af historiske bygninger. Plakaten viser både byens mest kendte bygninger, såsåm Rundetårn, Vor Frelsers Kirke og Børsen, samt mere lokalkendte steder som Eiffel bar, Central Hotel og ‘Hva drikker Mølr’ silo i Nordhavn.

 

This poster depicts Copenhagen as a conglomerate of the many different buildings that are all part of this city’s DNA. This city’s skyline is best characterized by the many church steeples, which stick out from the ocean of red rooftops. On street level you are met by numerous of historical buildings. The poster pay tribute not only to the city’s most iconic buildings such as Rundetårn, Our Savior’s Church and the Stock Exchange, but also more local places such as Eiffel bar, Central Hotel and the famous graffiti slogan ‘Hva drikker Mølr’ which was written on an deserted silo in the northern harbor district.

 

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A3: Trykt på Scandia Ivory 170 gr.

50×70, 70×100: Trykt på 200 gr. multi art silk med vandlak

A3: Printed on Scandia Ivory 170 gr.

50×70, 70×100: Printed on 200 gr. muliti art silk with a protecting lacquer.

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