Landmark in Skanör




Landmark Skanör

Landmark Skanör: you can not go here by car. Neither by boat. Because if you have tried by boat, it is steering into too shallow waters with you and that will leave you stuck in the sand… But you can go here by foot. It is not so far from the civilisation in town, but still not many people visit the landmark, unless you have a dag that need that walk. That why it is so nice. Hence, here you can be alone, to feel the ocean, to hear the waves and try to catch some emotional energy from them.

Ernst Kustroddare

A long, long time ago a man named Ernst lived in Skanör. In the 19th century he was a guard rowing his wooden boat from the harbour in Skanör, warning other ships with the light from a lantern in his boat about the ever shifting reefs of sand. He was my great great grandfather. And he was lost at sea. Knock-knock-knock.

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21×30 cm, 30×40 cm, 40×50 cm, 50×70 cm, 70×100 cm

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Shipping it carefully to you

The smallest posters in the size of 21×30 cm arrive in a flat cardboard envelope made of recycled paper. Then all the larger ones are gently rolled, stuffed with silk paper and put in a hard cardboard tube, also made of recycled paper. The largest ones also get a box. Then finally most certainly handled with love and care all the way to you. Posters and prints!