Czech cubism 1909-1925

This detailed and extensive book is the definitive history of the Czech Cubist movement. It brings together studies by renowned experts to ensure that Czech Cubism is covered from every possible angle. The book was originally published in 1991 in Czech and German to accompany an exhibition on Czech Cubism in Dusseldorf. The entire print […]

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Pavel Janák Monograph

The translation of Janák’s pictorial monograph by Austrian author Norbert Kiesling, with more than six hundred colour reproductions, provides an erudite and sensitive insight into all the facets of the architect’s life and work. Besides general contexts and biographical minutiae, we find here a full list of Janák’s works in the fields of monumental architecture, […]

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Vlastislav Hofman Monograph

Vlastislav Hofman (1884–1964), designer, painter and architect, a leading figure among the Czech Modernists who came on the scene in the first decade of the twentieth century. Together with Pavel Janák and Josef Gočár he was one of the chief proponents of Czech Cubism – an internationally unique movement that applied the ideas of Cubist […]

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Tarakan

Tarakan is handmade and original notebook, diary or sketchbook. Middle paper and recycled around the container . This is to life again awakened newspapers, magazines, books, maps , encyclopedias, records or even plastic bags. Each specific Tarakan is so intersection of creative design, recycling ideas and precise craftsmanship. Each piece is unique and has a […]

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Calico

CALICO design studio deals with the manual printing of endless historical patterns. The products are characterized by premium quality materials, manual processing and high aesthetic value, which is guaranteed by carefully selected patterns. CALICO Studio focuses primarily on hand- printed paper materials and products. He collected hundreds of historical patterns that re-designs and re-used in […]

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Porigami

PORIGAMI the original project Ing. Arch. Teresa Hradílková that during a six-year stay in Asia (Japan, Hong Kong) began working with paper. PORI her childhood nickname and Gami (= KAMI) is a Japanese paper. Creates and designs the collection of three-dimensional cards (Prague, festive congratulations etc.). The products are designed and manufactured in the Czech […]

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Leporello

Discover GREETING CARDS, ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INVITATIONS in a completely new and original style made by Hana Vyoralová. The inspiration mainly comes from simple shape lines and silhouettes as well as from a traditional Japanese origami or kirigami. 3D PAPER DESIGN includes spatial paper objects ranging from art objects to small series production to products for […]

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Lucie Tatarová

  Scarfs and ties with natural and architectural motifs from Lucie Tatarová are hand-dyed printed on 100% silk in a very limited number of prints. All motives are developed by a team Lucita studio. Be inspired by the original accessory of silk.

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Zádruha scarves

Zádruha was founded as a cooperative art handicraft production in 1900. Tradition manual print on pure silk is still preserved. Choose among our silk scarves, shawles and ties largely inspired by Art Nouveau motifs and have a hug silk.

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Book “This is Prague”

This is Prague English version! Is Prague still beautiful, amazing and fascinating? Or has it been trampled under the feet of millions of tourists, who hurry over its paving-stones from Prague Castle, across the Charles Bridge, to the Old Town Square and back again? Prague is a city of towers, hills, gardens, lanes, houses, pubs, secrets, […]

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Kovap

Come to us to reminisce about his youth and traditional Czech metal mechanical toy, with whom you have played our grandfathers and grandmothers. The company Kovap has this classic toys still in its production program along with many other unique tin toys in a retro style. These toys will please not only young children but […]

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