Aarhus Theater - The devil himself
All our art prints are produced and printed in Denmark, and the paper has a unique texture and rough surface which contributes to an authentic and lively expression. We do not add glue, chemicals or wood fibres, so your product remains as natural as possible and at the same time responsibly produced.
This art print symbolizes the Devil Himself , which is one of the classic motifs on the roof of Aarhus Theatre.
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Our products are handmade in our workshop in Odense C, Denmark. Through a gentle and careful production process, we transform paper waste into new products. Every single product we make is treated with the same focus on quality and level of detail.
Responsible consumption and production
Our goal is to inspire consumers and companies to recycle more and use responsibly. Therefore, our products are created from 100% recycled paper waste, which we collect from companies and institutions around the country. Paper is made from trees and is a valuable resource. We work every day to preserve the earth's forests by giving new life to products made from 100% recycled paper waste.
We do not add glue, chemicals or cellulose (wood fibers) when we create your products, and we only print when your order has been completed. In this way, we ensure responsible production with a clear conscience and with love for Danish craftsmanship.
Payment and delivery
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