Wiedeweltsgade - The potato rows
Wiedeweltsgade is one of the 11 beautiful streets that together make up the Potato Rows. The funny name comes from the land, which Arbejdernes Byggeforening bought back in 1873. For the sake of the defense of Copenhagen, no building was allowed in the area, which is why potatoes were grown instead. The total of 480 houses were built in stringy rows that bring to mind a row of potatoes in the ground.
The motif is hand painted by Hannah Jørgensen, who also personally signs every poster that is purchased. The motif is also found in postcards.
It is possible to purchase a quality frame in solid oak if you would like the easy solution. The frame fits perfectly for an A3 poster and has a high-quality closing system on the back, which means that the poster will not slide around when it is inserted. The frame also contains a glass plate, which together with the oak gives an elegant Nordic look. We frame the poster for you, so you don't have to think about anything else but finding the perfect place on your wall. The frame is produced in the EU and using sustainable wood.