Pick Me: Papersmiths x Copenhagen

Posted by Rebecca Lee on

We visited Copenhagen and fell in love with the design, the people, and the pace of life. Here are a selection of paper goods that we picked up on our travels!   

1. Eraser - Normann Copenhagen

2. Business Card - Prolog Coffee Bar

The new coffee concept store Prolog in the meatpacking district of Kødbyen stock an excellent selection of independent magazines. They also serve coffee that they roast themselves in Christianshavn, with biscuits and snacks provided by creative food agency I'm A Kombo.

3. Pentel Pens, Tombow Pencil, Peta Sticky Labels - Hay House

4. Giant Pins - Hay Design

5. Beer Mat - Mikkeller

Microbrewery Mikkeller have shops and pop ups dotted all around Copenhagen. We visited their bar on Viktoriagade and sampled their delicious cherry wine an American ale aptly named 'Peter, Pale and Mary'. We recommend taking a trip to the Mikkeller & Friends Bottle Shop too which is located in the big, brilliant food market at Torvehallerne. 

6. Coffee Loyalty Card - Kihøskh, designed by Keith Shore

A true Kiosk convenience store, this little gem has it all - coffee, food, confectionery, a craft beer cellar and an extensive selection of magazines and comic books. Small but packed full of treasures, Kihøskh also has a great outside space to relax on your day exploring Vesterbro.

7. Pencils - Normann Copenhagen 

8. Rollerball - Hay Design

9. Pencil - Playtype

Type foundry Playtype's flagship store is a mecca for any glyph enthusiast! 

10. Stickers - Palermo Hollywood

Palermo Hollywood is a colourful stationery and bookstore tucked away on Jægersborggade in the hip district of Nørrebro. We loved the electric blue and fuchsia walls, and the abundance of palms and glitter!