Clue 1


Who painted this painting?




Clue 2


The underlined word will help, as well, to form a tool for decoding further missives.




Solution


Write down all the extra letters in the painter's name: 'Caesar' is a variety of this thing, and XV is the key number for decoding. This will give you a useful tool going forward.





Clue 1


Have you figured out the meaning of the text on the front of this postcard yet? If not, work on that first.




Clue 2


If you've solved the puzzle of the painter's name, then apply that information here.




Solution


This is a Caesar cipher with a key of 15.





Clue 1


The barcode itself and the serial number beneath it are giving you two different pieces of information.




Clue 2


The barcode appears to have two bar widths: long and short.

Those numbers don't appear to go above 26.




Solution


The barcode is actually morse code. The numbers are simply numeric representations of letters.





Clue 1


Looks like a QR code... but it won't scan!




Clue 2


It's too light. The image needs to be darker to be read by a QRC scanner.




Solution


Try photocopying it and darkening the shape. Or scan it (or take a picture) and darken it digitally. Then you'll be able to scan it.





Clue 1


Have you figured out the meaning of the text on the front of this postcard yet? If not, work on that first.




Clue 2


If you've solved the puzzle of the painter's name, then apply that information here.




Solution


This is a Caesar cipher with a key of 15.





Clue 1


Looks like a QR code... but it won't scan!




Clue 2


It's too light. The image needs to be darker to be read by a QRC scanner.




Solution


Try photocopying it and darkening the shape. Or scan it (or take a picture) and darken it digitally. Then you'll be able to scan it.





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