Dyrehavsbakken

Dyrehavsbakken is the world’s oldest existing amusement park – and it is located in Denmark – that’s pretty cool!

In 1583, Dyrehavsbakken was a marketplace by the Royal Deer Park and the area was, and still is, a popular excursion destination for Copenhageners. Entertainers arrived every summer, pitching tents in the marketplace. Another funny story about Dyrehavsbakken is the one about their mascot, namely the Pierrot figure, which dates back to the year 1800, when the English artist family Price brought the beautiful figure with them to Denmark.

As Antoni Legacy is constantly working on cleaning Ib Antoni’s beautiful original drawings, one can never know when a new illustration from Antoni’s hand will see the light of day. But when the illustration is ready for reproduction, it is added to the collection on this page, both under Products, Illustrations and the client for which the illustration is designed.

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