Poster Store adds “Pippi Longstocking” range to its catalogue

Poster Store, based in Sweden, has added a range of Pippi Longstocking prints to its catalogue, all available in the UK.

Astrid Lindgren’s stories of Pippi Longstocking and her friends are familiar pillars of many people’s childhoods, and have won the hearts of parents and children alike. Pippi encompasses everything a child wants to be: she’s strong, brave, mischievous, and kind, and the Poster Store’s collection of Pippi Longstocking posters aims to bring these values to life in your child’s room. You can choose motifs featuring, among others, Tommy, Annika, Mr Nilsson, and Pippi herself.

“Our Pippi Longstocking posters are a tribute to the enduring magic of Astrid Lindgren’s storytelling. We aimed to create artwork that would resonate with both longtime fans and to introduce a new generation to these iconic characters,” says Annica Wallin, Executive Creative Director, Poster Store.

Astrid Lindgren’s excellence as a writer is known the world over. No Swedish author has been translated into as many languages, and the estimated number of her books sold to date worldwide is approximately 170 million copies. Her global success is unparalleled and there are still new editions being printed into foreign languages even though she died in 2002, and many years have passed since she wrote her last big story, Ronja the Robber’s Daughter (1981).

The Poster Store offers Scandinavian designed posters created with joy by passionate artists from around the world including a great range of festive artworks now also on sale. They also offer stylish high-quality frames, too.

Check out the full Poster Store catalogue at

Astrid Lindgren – Official Site

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3 replies

  1. It looks as though they only ship to the USA, to my vast disappointment.

  2. Oh….wait….do they have a New Zealand store too?!? 🙂

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