Robert Storm Petersen, death, Denmark, Scandinavian popular culture
Thirty years after his death in March, 1949, Robert Storm Petersen is still regarded as Denmark's greatest humorist; in fact, he is enjoying an astonishing revival in Scandinavian popular culture. T-shirts, advertising campaigns, key chains - all bear his likeness or that of his loveable cartoon characters. Even a museum has been established (Pile Alle 2, 2000 Copenhagen F) to promote his memory and humor. Since its founding in the fall of 1977, the museum, under the direction of Jens Bing, has been sorting and cataloging books, paintings, memorabilia, including the humorist's extensive pipe collection, and the some 60,000 drawings left behind by the prolific artist known simply as Storm P.
Hye, Allen E.
"The World of Robert Storm Petersen,"
The Bridge: Vol. 1:
4, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol1/iss4/8