Danish illustrator Martin Schwartz is regarded as one of Denmark's most significant poster artists of his time.
This art poster depicts the myriad of different buildings that make up the Copenhagen's DNA. Martin's illustration pays tribute not only to the Danish capital’s most iconic monuments such as Rundetårn and the Stock Exchange, but also to smaller local places such as the Eiffel bar and the famous graffiti slogan ‘Hva drikker Mølr’- written so high up that you wonder how it was possible!
- 70 x 50 cm.
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The soul of a city - in a thousand pieces.
Danish illustrator Martin Schwartz is renowned for his comprehensive and detailed illustrations of cityscapes.
Every project is the result of a long research process followed by three months of hard illustration work - with no compromises along the way. All buildings are carefully selected and illustrated down to the finest detail.
The end result is a mind-blowing design which depicts the city’s most iconic buildings, historical landmarks as well as typical houses in their finest details. His designs give you the soul of a city in a single print.
|Dimensions||50 x 70 cm|
|Material||Printed on 200 gsm MultiArt® Silk with a protective lacquer.|
|Note||Poster arrives unframed. Frame not included.|
|Delivery||Arrives rolled in a poster tube ready or framing.|