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Once a piece of work has been commissioned, Faber allows a craftsperson to share the progress made at interesting stages during the project using the equipment contained in the documentation kit. Through out the making of the commission, the client receives slides containing physical samples documenting the current progress made, along with an audio description recorded by the craftsperson. This can be enjoyed using a sample holder presented to the client by the craftsperson.

The act of receiving the physical sample keeps the client involved in the process and is a reminder of the quality of work, effort and skill required during the creation of their commission.
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