Tuesday, October 28, 2014


On October 10th in connection with Copenhagen Night of Culture, an Award Show to hand over the official Guinness World Record Certificates done on September 25th, was held on Kongens Nytorv in the centre of Copenhagen. Other than the Award show, it was also the opening/revealing of the 3D CO2 Painting. The painting is the 3D illustration of the CO2 route through Copenhagen that was done in 2009 in connection to COP15. The following images are from the building of the artwork and from the Award Show. The above video is made by Adam & Benjamin of Hovedløs

The artwork was produced in collaboration with Christian Riis (above) of Grounded Craftwork on the Islands Brygge District of Copenhagen.

Glue Spirals was done to connect the different layers of plywood. The Glue was supplied by Dana Lim.

It was a great puzzle to connect the many layers and road layers

Lasse Daugaard Bentzen assisted in the production

Familiar shapes showed up

Shapes seen in other cities skylines

The white primer supplied by Danish company Beck & Jørgensen

The White and Grey KNOxOUT paint was supplied by Boysen Paints in the Philippines

The Grey layer was rolled on top of the first layer of White

The ORANGE CO2 route painted into the Copenhagen Street landscape

Jacob Hartmann from Sharing Copenhagen gave a helping hand

The 16 square meters was added, one by one. In above image Jesper Fuglsang Mikkelsen in the brown leather jacket, while his son Adam Benjamin is up on the ladder filming the process.

The Copenhagen Night of Culture fell upon Kongens Nyorv (The Kings New Square)

To lighten up the wall, a Tesla Model S from Carl Nielsen, a BMW i3 and several electric scooters and MC's from EV Scandinavia used their electric headlights.

The Hollywood Actress and Producer Kristina Korsholm hosted the Award Show

Sten Jauer of LAND Design Lab, who designed the logo for the Electric Bridge - Guinness World Record event also came by the event.

The Electric Bridge Banner was also up for a weekend after the opening.

Will Gurley (above) who is the mastermind behind the design of the map over Copenhagen. He also created ther files, to be transferred into a digital form that can be turned into instructions for the laser cutter to cut out the city from the plywood.


Night - LED Light lit up by solar Power from Gaia Solar

The Information Sign supplied by Cotter, who also helped laser cut out the shapes in the plywood.

To read the text, click the image to enlarge

Close up of KNOxOUT

Close Up 2

Above the whole line up of THANKS TO the collaborating partners. Click on image to enlarge.

Many Thanks also to Mimi Larsson from METRO and her Byens Hegn Team and We Do Agency 

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