Nils-Petter was commissioned by an International Charitable Organization to produce a series of highly detailed landscapes depicting the organization’s international programs. This illustration depicted the client's work in Denmark and Greenland squeezed into a singel  "Copenhagen view". The neighborhoods were simplified into a handful of houses and landmarks; Vesterbro, Apostelkirken, Rikshospitalet, Enghaveparken and Nyhavn to name a few. The Greenland part of the brief was turned into something that looked like a giant mural in the middle of Copenhagen. This technique of forcing a scenery with landmarks and a a visible horizon line into an isometric perspective by placing the scenery on murals or foundations became a recurring method throughout the project.

In total 13 landscape illustrations where to be made - one for each of the client’s international programs. Read about the full project here;

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