After long months in the making, I am very happy to share with you our latest map of Copenhagen!
This map was a real pleasure to draw and cut. There is so much to feature in this stunning City!
Few years ago we had an amazing time discovering Copenhagen with the children over a long week-end.
There are so many things to do in Copenhagen, like climbing the ancient cast-iron staircase of the glass building of the Botanical Garden to observe the palm trees from above, riding atop the Ferris Wheel in Tivoli Gardens, cycling along the waterfront of the 5 lakes and stop for Pølser the Danish hot dog! Visiting the Amalienborg Palace to see the change of the Royal Guards. There you can see from afar the elegant flat roof of the Opera House. Or even climbing up the Rundetaaren to get the most magnificent view of the old City with its colourful facades and red roofs.
The map is available now as a paper cut (laser cut from the original paper cut) in Black and Blue.
You need a lot of blades to cut a map like this one! I use the 10A blades from Swann-Morton to do all my paper cuts.
Below you can view a 30 seconds video of me cutting the map but in reality it took me more than 20h of cutting to finish it...