The beautiful and well-known drawings from the Matador series designed by Arne Ungermann. The small fine Matador mini posters give a nice little detail on the small space in the hall or living room.
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The popular series - Matador
Matador is a 24-episode Danish television series, first aired in 1978 and lastly in 1981. The series follows the life of a Danish provincial city, drawing a clear picture of Denmark's time during the Great Depression in the 1930s. In addition, the series also portrays Denmark during the German occupation in connection with World War II - especially with emphasis on family life and associated crises. The series has, since its release in 1978 and right up to the present, held a special place in the hearts of most Danes - and it is therefore no wonder that the series has for many years been regarded as one of the most popular TV series in Denmark. The DVD collection of the series has been sold in over 3,600,000 copies, and before that, the VHS version was sold for approx. 1,000,000 copies. That is more copies than any other series in the Danish history of TV series. And the Danes still watch it!
Decorate your home with colourful designs and beautiful brush strokes
Here at Permild & Rosengreen we offer many great posters based on Matador. Within the area is the Danish illustrator, Arne Ungermann's fine illustrations. Arne Ungermann's posters are packed with colours, and with easily recognizable motifs from the series. With hos distinctive line and colourful motifs, Arne Ungermann captures central characters, content and messages from the series. Among these are illustrated Korsbæk train station, the water pump and Daniel on the stairs.
Are you, like us, lovingly in love with Matador and everything it has carried, and can you watch the series over and over again? Don't miss out on all our beautiful Matador posters in the most beautiful colours. Surprise your friend and/or girlfriend with the perfect gift idea, or adorn your slightly too sad wall with a true piece of Danish history.