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Things for My Wall

Collection by Annette Schmidt

Annette Schmidt
French doors to raised deck - Norwegian cottage Cozy Cottage, Cottage Style, Garden Cottage, Cottage Porch, House Porch, Lake Cottage, Cottage Living, Cabins And Cottages, Home Fashion

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I samme øjeblik børnene får ferie fra skolen, pakker familien Dybdahl Frandsen kufferterne og forlader dagligdagen i Singapore for at sætte kursen mod...

  Hans Christian, Graphic Design Illustration, Illustration Art, Grafic Art, Mermaid Sculpture, Fantasy Posters, Denmark Travel, Weed Art, Typography Prints


En af vores helt store, farverige og vellidte tegnere gennem 1900tallet er desværre sovet ind. Fantastiske Ib Spang Olsen. Hans streg er vi mange, der kommer til at savne. Hans tegninger har præget...

 I ❤️ DK Danish poster presenting the Danish royal family history Royal Family History, Royal Lineage, Old King, Danish Royalty, Plakat Design, National History, Pub, Danish Royal Family, Copenhagen Denmark

Denmark (Gorm the Old) - Thelander, 1962. 24.5'' x 39.8'' / 62 x 101 cm. Photo offset | Backed on Linen. ID# DNL18583. $850.

Denmark (Gorm the Old) - Thelander, 1962. 24.5'' x 39.8'' / 62 x 101 cm. Photo offset | Backed on Linen. ID# DNL18583. $850.

Aarhus poster by Martin Schwartz showing iconic buildings such as the the town hall and the cathedral tower Aarhus, City Illustration, Beaches In The World, Nightlife Travel, Vintage Travel Posters, Japan Travel, Night Life, Poster Prints, Poster Poster


Aarhus boasts a variety of beautiful and iconic buildings within both modern and classical architecture. Just take a look at Arne Jacobsen's famous Townhall from 1941 or the iconic Custom House which was erected during a clearly national romantic movement within Danish architecture. Just within recent years, Aarhus has added yet some iconic buildings to its cityscape, most noticeable are the Iceberg and the new library, DOKK1. The city is certainly fit to be Capital of Culture 2017.