Palle Nielsen (1920–2000) was one of Denmark’s foremost graphic artists. With small but extremely powerful means of expression, he created his own visual world. Nielsen’s images often depict the city and its buildings, resting in a kind of deceptive calm that can explode in complete chaos at any time. He often has his artistic flow framed and perhaps controlled by the black and white. His pictures often show man and her choices and the individual’s relation to society. In Nielsen’s world, things are debt free and it is man who alone bears responsibility – for justice and injustice, for love and violence.