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'Università degli Studi di Padova' and insignia printed vertically on classic T-shirt cut for the perfect fit that highlights the silhouette without sacrificing comfort
Adorn a piece of the University of Padua’s brand identity as seen through the eyes of graffiti artist Peeta who pushes the boundaries of urban landscapes by creating a new University insignia within a world of three-dimensional landscapes. Take the recycled cotton tote bag wherever you go!
15-15.6-inch laptop sleeve featuring a contemporary design and branded with the University of Padua insignia.
FUTA Beach Towel made from recycled cotton (350 g/mq), navy with white stripes and ‘Università di Padova’ printed along the bottom
FUTA Pareo Beach Towel made from recycled cotton (180g/mq) with white stripes and ‘Università di Padova’ printed along the bottom
13-13.3-inch laptop sleeve featuring a contemporary design and branded with the University of Padua insignia.
Take the charm of Galileo's Moons with you everywhere, especially in the rain!
Practical and elegant case with zip closure, embellished with the image of the Moon taken from the "Sidereus Nuncius" and the signature of Galileo Galilei. Space-saving yet comfortably holds all your pens or small work tools.
Use the practical and original pencil case, which can be used as a small clutch or to stow away small items, is perfect to use in the classroom or laboratory features a black zipper closure. Made from recycled PVC, this and other products from the Malefatte Project collection are unique as final colour results and pattern may vary.
Practical pencil case with easy yet durable zip closure and elegant bordeaux University logo. Conveniently fits into your bag or backpack.
The timeless canvas tote embellished with original images of the Moon taken from Galileo Galilei's "Sidereus Nuncius" book of lunar observation. Comfortable and resistant enough to carry books or any other object, the tote fits easily in your backpack or bag.
Flexible cardboard covered notebook printed on 290 grams of Fedrigoni Sirio paper and adorned with the insignia of the University of Padua. The notebook includes 100g of recycled paper and a short text on the history of the University printed on the inner cover.