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Isomatic Berlin Postcards

Isomatic Berlin Postcards

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Berlin has always been colorful and cool, but wouldn’t rewilding with dinosaurs make it even more fun? Send your family and friends versions of a more magical Berlin at four iconic locations: : Kottbusser Brücke, Oberbaumbrücke, Kottbusser Tor, and Breitscheidplatz (in light and dark).

Illustrated by Bruno Pinto da Cruz

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  • Your friends already think Berlin is wild

    Show them how magical Kottbusser Brücke and Breitscheidplatz really are

  • Printed in Berlin on recycled paper

    Support your local printer, baby!

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Materials + Life Cycle

The postcards are printed on 100% recycled, FSC-certified paper.

Pollution footprint

We aim for the smallest possible footprint from our products' production, transport, and consumption. 

Producing each postcard emits about 0.009kg CO2e, which our supplier offsets. We share more about this below.

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Discount codes can be applied on the checkout page.

Shipping + Delivery Times

We ship to Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.

Orders in the EU over €50 ship free.

We usually fulfil the following business day.

Dimensions

A6 (105 x 149mm)

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Pens are not included with the postcards.

CO2e emissions per postcard

About 9g CO2e is emitted from producing each postcard.

Our supplier offsets these emissions via ocean protection and reforestation projects via ClimatePartner.

Artist and architect Bruno Pinto da Cruz sits at a table with his colourful, geometric designs on the table. He is wearing a black sweater, with one hand on the table, and the other holding his chin.

About the Artist

Bruno Pinto da Cruz is an Architect and Illustrator based in Lisbon/Berlin who started ISOMATIC, a sequence of isometric drawings transformed into illustrations, unveiling the urban scenario in different colours and shapes.

Bruno has focused on Berlin’s iconic neighbourhoods like Kottbusser Tor, Kurfürstendamm or Oberbaumbrücke. Without any attempt at realism, these images capture the essence of such places and create a very optimistic and cheerful utopia vision of these neighbourhoods. They become playful and flooded with color, small paradises inhabited by dinosaurs, wild animals, sculptures or exotic trees. Such figures replace the real people that belong to these urban landscapes and they are somehow an artistic exploration of the imaginary of the city. They live in almost a parallel existence with each other, making the represented space more dramatic – a fantastic wonderland.

Photo credit Duarte Caldes