Fabrica is a form of handbook about artisanal handicraft. The binding and the embossed cover were prepared manually. The author of the project designed the initials, referring to the origins of print. The publication combines tradition and technology to present 12 handicraft disciplines. They serve as a pretext for further reflection concerning the balance between manual and mass production. The book is also a commentary on the values offered by artisanry and tradition as a vital counterbalance to the never-ending march of the mechanised world towards perfection. The designer conducted research on the history and artistic identity of graphic design to show what kind of social responsibility designers hold.