Copenhagen S-Train & Metro Map: Literal English Translation Poster
We've consulted the finest literary minds in Scandinavia to translate the Copenhagen S-Train and Metro map as liberally as possible from Danish to English. Take a tour from Souldizzy to Sloppy Castle, perhaps stopping at Moistville or Beer City along the way - plus some more we dare not mention!
PAPER & INKS
The new 2017 edition is printed at 42 x 59cm (A2) on even higher quality 250gsm art paper that's mixed with chalk to produce a silky smooth matte finish - very durable and almost card-like to touch. We use pearlescent inks and an offset-printing process to produce line-work that shimmers and reflects the daylight beautifully.
These superb prints make the ideal gift for anyone fond of Copenhagen. It's so nice, in fact, that we keep touching it. We're not weird or anything, we just... really like the paper. It makes that lovely FWOMP FWOMP noise when you wobble it. You know? Anyway....
All our posters are designed and printed here in Copenhagen, so you're supporting local business from beginning to end :)
The signed and numbered editions also come with a vinyl die-cut MetroMash sticker.
The shipping rate is discounted to just 38 DKK anywhere in Europe, no matter how many you order.
At Christmas we batch shipments together, so depending on when you order it can be 5-7 days before a shipping notification is sent. That's normal, so just hold tight!
FRAMING & SIZING SPECIFICATION
The poster is A2 size, which measures 420x594mm. There is a white inset border that reduces the visible area to 380x480mm.
This is designed so that the poster fits exactly inside the IKEA "RIBBA" frame, item number 502.688.74 (See: http://www.ikea.com/dk/da/catalog/products/50268874) If you're looking for a frame, this is the easiest one to recommend.
We're sure you'll love your poster at first sight! If not, you can return it to us for a full refund or replacement - no questions asked.
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And if you like this, you'll love our Judgemental Copenhagen poster!
The poster is derived from this illustration made by Andy Graulund: