Today I´m taking you to Copenhagen. To the Meatpacking district, to be more exact. It´s located five minutes away from the Central Station and is called Kødbyen in Danish.
Nedless to say this has been a place for MEAT but now, instead of just beef and caddle there are also cafés , restaurants and artgalleries.

I went there to visit the artist and fashion illustrator Lisa Grue.  She has so many cool projects going on and her studio is amazing. I will let you see for yourselfs.  Just click any photos for a larger version and description.
And also check out Lisa´s site Underwerket here and her blog here don´t miss her shop here!
Next time I will show you her home.
Enjoy!

This is Lisa Grues studio at the meat packing district in Copenhagen

This is Lisa Grues studio at the meat packing district in Copenhagen

There are no pigs here anymore, just owls

There are no pigs here anymore, just owls

Wood. Ventilationfilter. Pipes. and a pink cord. How can you not love this?

Wood. Ventilationfilter. Pipes. and a pink cord. How can you not love this?

Lisa making us some coffee

Lisa making us some coffee

overview of the studio

overview of the studio

An issue of Stella taking shape

An issue of Stella taking shape

meat packing district

Lisa has worked with known names as ANNA SUI, NYLON Magazine, and Kidrobot

Lisa has worked with known names as ANNA SUI, NYLON Magazine, and Kidrobot

Lisa´s flowers are working their way up Nicole Richie´s legs.

Lisa´s flowers are working their way up Nicole Richie´s legs.

A fierce tote bag picked up at the local Zoo. And Lisa´s roomies

A fierce tote bag picked up at the local Zoo. And Lisa´s roomies

A lamp waiting to get hung

A lamp waiting to get hung

kitty cat

kitty cat

Tea time. Set design by Lisa

Desk overlooking the old slaughterhouse

Desk overlooking the old slaughterhouse

Gnomes from behind

Gnomes from behind

The magazine Stella gets written here.

The magazine Stella gets written here.

Next time I will show you Lisa´s home... stay tuned.

Lisa has some room mates as well Laura Terp Hansen, with the magazine Stella. Stine Behrendtzen and Pernille Pang.

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