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Preparing to assassinate a key political or cultural figure requires a massive amount of planning. Not that we've ever been in the situation but we've seen In The Line Of Fire. Twice.

We can therefore forgive some of history's most infamous assassins for not having the foresight to design and print out invites to the event.

Designer Evan Stremke has kindly gone back all the way to 44 BC and created these rather dark invitations to various iconic assassinations. Yes, we know it's all a bit wrong...

You can see more of his great work here.

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