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We are swamped and can’t properly finish this post but we wanted to share a sneak peek this week. This is a cover of the previous annual report of the Museum of Gdańsk, with embossed and hotstamped crosses. The image used on the cover is a beautiful old engraving showing the main street in the old town in Gdańsk, including two buildings now managed by the Museum: the Artus Court and the Town Hall.

Proper presentation to come!

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One of our latest works, not yet in our hands, is a post-exhibition catalog (always a favorite kind of job) Fête Funèbre. Last week we were approving dust jacket printouts in the printing house and so today we can share teaser photos of the extremely cool hotstamping that they have. We will show you the rest of the catalog – including, well, its interior – once we get our copies but that may be a while yet.

Also, did you know that visiting a printing house can be sort of exciting (if not done too often when it becomes a bother)?

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Today a small sneak peek of a project we’re currently working on (because we really need to be working on it right now rather than posting). This might seem a little cryptic for now but it will become quite clear once we share the finished design in March (or so).

In other news, though, be sure to enjoy the extra day! We always feel an extra day is a definite cause for celebration (even if we won’t necessarily manage to do anything special today ourselves).

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Guys, we have so many ideas for fun, time-consuming posts and for some of them we even have all the illustrations (sort-of) ready. But today is not the day we will share one of those. Instead here’s a sneak peek of two illustrations from our current project, a very exciting one for us, a book for children about local architecture. It’s keeping us occupied now, together with an extensive house repairs project (ugh, aren’t those the worst?), and so the big posts have to wait a little longer.

Of course, we’ll share more of the book once it’s ready.

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