‘The most beautiful place in the world’: Art lovers in Copenhagen celebrate Danish street art

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Copenhagen, Denmark — The city of some 1.2 million people, the world’s fourth-largest, has become a tourist magnet thanks to its striking, iconic buildings, and the world-renowned Danish Street Art Festival, held every year on the city’s famed Gran Sasso square.

In 2017, the festival featured more than 100 street artists, including artists who are mostly based in the Danish capital, as well as some from other cities, such as the U.K. and Spain.

“The streetscape here is just incredible,” said Anna Bode, who works in the retail industry.

“This is a city where everything is so well-known.

You can go to any restaurant and you’ll see it.”

For a more traditional style of art, street art is still alive and well, said Dina Kvammer, who teaches street art at a university in the city.

Kvamber said that the Danish Street art festival is very important because it is a platform to show the artists what’s going on in Denmark, a country that has become known for its great art history and heritage.

The festival attracts thousands of visitors, many of them from across the world.

“It’s like a big party for us.

Everyone knows about this country and what it’s like,” said Kvampner.

“I’m here because of the street art festival, and I want to show that it’s possible.”

The Festival is an annual gathering of street artists in Denmark.

There are now more than 1,000 street artists around the world, and about half of them are based in Denmark as well.

In addition to traditional street art in Denmark and the U, there are new and emerging art styles that are growing in popularity.

Artist Jens H. Kjærgaard, for instance, is an international street artist.

He creates the works of people of all ages, but particularly young people.

He uses digital technology to create art that’s visually appealing and easy to understand.

The artwork has a playful tone and a strong sense of humour.

Another street artist is Anna Jørgensen, who uses her street art to create playful images and make people laugh.

She’s based in Stockholm, Sweden.

A mural of a woman with a dog on a fence is one of the festival’s most popular pieces.

Jørgens is a visual artist who was inspired by her family, and she uses her own experiences as inspiration.

“I had to choose the location and the way I want the artwork to look,” she said.

“So I put a dog onto the fence.

I wanted to create something that people can relate to.”

Kjærs works are also part of the Copenhagen Art Museum’s collection of traditional street artists.

This is one image of a mural that was created at the Copenhagen Museum of Art in the form of a dog.

Kørgins mural, painted in 2015, was placed in front of the exhibition, “Dædler Sønde på når sød.”

(The dog is on the right) The mural depicts a young woman in a green coat and blue eyes, and a black dog.

I don’t want to make people cry.

I want people to be happy.

I do not want to create pain.

Kvams art is often done with stencils, which are created with water.

She uses them to make the artwork pop and move around.

If you look at her work, she is trying to make her subjects laugh.

But the artwork can be quite provocative.

One of the pieces featured in this year’s festival was “Lyske,” a mural of two women on a table.

One of the women has an upturned nose and the other has an earring.

She has a very expressive face and her hair is a thick brown.

While it’s difficult to judge how much she’s offended by the artist’s work, some people have criticized her for drawing a portrait of a famous figure in an art exhibition.

Anna Kjørgans piece, which she painted in 2012, has been called a “distraction.”

It was one of several pieces from the Copenhagen Street Art Museum that were vandalized.

Kvarstrup Kjarnstrup, a street artist from Sweden, said that he had to close his business for several days to get the graffiti removed from his building in Kjergstad, the city of about 1 million people.

He said he had heard that the work was controversial because it depicts a dog, but that his owners are not against art.

They just don’t like seeing it.

It’s not a dog at all, he said.

He said that it took a lot of work to remove the graffiti and the pieces were covered in paint.

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