KAT Napoleonic Deskmats (Extras)
KAT Napoleonic gives an incredible look into the namesake’s 16-year campaign, with many of the nations’ uniform colours represented and a typeface paying homage to the Transitional and Neoclassical typefaces prevalent in the era.
CAD $30.50 – $34.00
From bringing positive reform post coup d’etat at the very end of the 18th century and being crowned Emperor, to a bloody military campaign that ended in exile, KAT Napoleonic sets out to explore the historic and artistic depictions of the Napoleonic Era.
NoPunIn10Did has done an incredible amount of work to bring KAT Napoleonic to life. Using a serif-based typeface inspired by Transitional and Neoclassical typefaces of the 19th century, as well as a combination of the uniform colours seen from the three empires that waged war against each other, the result is an authentic and classy looking-glass into a time well before ours.
Two deskmats are on offer in two different sizes: one design shows the size of Napoleon’s forces during his invasion of and subsequent retreat from Russian in 1812, and the other as an excerpt from Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, wherein the characters discuss Napoleon, Australia, and politics of the early 19th century. As the aristocrats would supposedly switch between French and Russian in a single conversation, Tolstoy does the same.
CAD $27.00 – $57.75
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