At the Uffizi museum in Florence, I saw an exhibition with drawings by Leonardo da Vinci and Fra Angelico, among others. Technically marvellous and beautiful, a bit yellowed, and very refined. But I am also really fond of those minimal pencil drawings that try to capture not the perfect, but a perceptive sensitivity to the subject. This series is about how to present minimal drawings in a way that creates new interpretations.

Bicycle

This bicycle belonged to Beaura, my friend Sandy’s daughter. The drawing is clearly not perfect but it emits a charm of its own and manages to tell a story.

The five prints in the series are based on one of my drawings that is customized to create a new interpretation, and then printed on fine-art paper.

Open edition, 650 DKK / 90 Euro

Line drawing of goat on a grey background on the website A Better Version

Goat

One of the horns is longer than the other and the four legs do not comply with rules of correct perspective. But I am quite fond of this image of a goat.

The five prints in the series are based on one of my drawings that is customized to create a new interpretation, and then printed on fine-art paper.

Open edition, 650 DKK / 90 Euro

Line drawing of hens head on a beige background on the website A Better Version

Hen

I include this small drawing of a hen’s head because I think it manages to capture some of the ever-inquisitive nature of a hen as is seen in the combination of the beady eye, the beak position and the comb.

The five prints in the series are based on one of my drawings that is customized to create a new interpretation, and then printed on fine-art paper.

Open edition, 650 DKK / 90 Euro

Line drawing of naked woman with glasses on a beige background on the website A Better Version

Woman

An old woman. Maybe a self-portrait? Maybe a portrait of what it feels like to become older, aged? Above all it is a naked portrait.

The five prints in the series are based on one of my drawings that is customized to create a new interpretation, and then printed on fine-art paper.

Open edition, 650 DKK / 90 Euro

Line drawing of rocket on a yellow background on the website A Better Version

Rocket

This rocket was included in an exhibition titled Eat·Sleep·Print·Repeat at Parfitt Gallery in London. The theme of the exhibition involved exploring the multitude of ways there are to work with the art of printing.

The five prints in the series are based on one of my drawings that is customized to create a new interpretation, and then printed on fine-art paper.

Open edition, 650 DKK / 90 Euro

Selection of frame examples.

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