Poe Masquerade & Mystery Invitation

Invitation design for an Edgar Allan Poe-themed Halloween murder mystery party, using an off-white stock with a lasercut black pocket enclosure.

*Special thanks to Rita Barnes for helping to take some of these photographs.

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