14 February 2013

You've Got Heart

I Heart Copenhagen
Today is the day of hearts, and we don't want to be left out. A quick serach for "heart" in our photo archives gave us these shots. Although every day is heart-y in Denmark when your coins are decked out with them:

I Heart Bike Culture
Big ol' heart on Nørrebrogade, the world's busiest bicycle street.
Hearts and Tattoos
Hearts under your bum.
Heart Shaped Bell and Condom
Heart-shaped bell and condom from a Belgian campaign Velove from a few years back. "My bike loves me", it reads.
Barcelona Heart Street
A lovely street in Barcelona.

Copenhagen Bike Love - Tall
And we couldn't forget this shot, now could we?

Have a love-filled day.

7 comments:

Amanda Silver said...

the heart coins are so special... is this meaning that is a great love of money or of economy? :)

Mikael Colville-Andersen said...

The heart is an ancient symbol - in many places - but in Denmark we have hearts all over the place. We put them on our christmas trees, too.

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J.Miller said...

Love those saddles

Duma Brickhill said...

Hi Mikael, the heart shadow shot is stunning, any chance of a poster print in the shop?

Stacy said...

The shadow heart picture is amazing. I really enjoy your blog.

Claus Jepsen said...

The heart on the coin is one of more marks to identify the mintmasteror the production place of the coin. These marks have been used for centuries, but only the heart survirved when the "Den Kongelige Mønt" got a monopoly on printing coins hundred of years ago.