Judgemental Copenhagen, Hand-Drawn A2 Print
12 left in stock this Christmas.
This exceptionally detailed illustration depicts the outrageous stereotypes, infamous locations and precarious [anti]social landscape of twenty-first century Copenhagen; a teetering microcosm of cultural anxiety poised to implode at the slightest twitch of a rusty bicycle.
Lovingly illustrated by artist Christina Carrigan and designed by Barrington Russell, this poster is our first collaborative effort. A typographic map of stereotypes - we call it 'stereotypography'.
Prints are 59x42cm (international A2) on 250gsm acid-free chalk-mix paper, using pearlescent inks through an offset process for a smart and durable finish - they'll look great on your wall for years.
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Posters are sent once a week from a heavily fortified facility at an undisclosed location in Copenhagen. Shipping is just 45kr anywhere in Europe.
Christina Carrigan is a Canadian illustrator who fell in love with Copenhagen in 2012. She draws remarkable line art, often on herself, and likes to eat biscuits in bed.
And if you like this, you'll love our S-Train Map in English!