I have a thing for prints. And I have a thing for Copenhagen.
So quite obviously, I would have a thing for Sivellink‘s beautiful and unique prints showcasing some of Copenhagen’s most iconic spots. I love the simplicity and straight lines – but they still capture the character of the building or area, like Nyhavn:
Sivellink is owned and run by Emma Sivell, a designer and illustrator. Over the past couple of years, she has focused her work on the architecture and landmarks of Copenhagen. Here’s a little selection of her work, which is available as prints, posters, and cards.
This absolutely gorgeous illustration of the greenhouse at the botanical gardens was the first one that caught my eye when I spotted it at Maduro.
One of the most famous sites in Copenhagen: the neon signs with the Irma chicken, which has been laying neon eggs since 1953.
And just take a look at this adorable deer in front of the Eremitage castle at Dyrehaven, the former royal hunting grounds, in Klampenborg.
Aren’t these just great? I can’t decide which one to get first. What do you think? Let me know in the comments below!
Sivellink prints and posters are available online at sivellink.dk as well as stores across Copenhagen.