Kafka's Prague Card

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- The motif was designed by the American illustrator Mark Podwal on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of Franz Kafka
- a folded card
- colour: natural white, envelope
- letterpress
- 105 x 148mm / 4,1" x 5,8"
- a package of 10 pieces is delivered in a gift box


Kafka lived in an adjacent building to the Tyn Church
at 3 Celetná Street and looked through his window,
made by a previous pious tenant, into the church’s interior. In the cathedral scene in “The Trial,” Joseph K. says
that “the size of the cathedral struck him as bordering
on the limits of what human beings could bear.”
Kafka looked into these limits every day.