In the years 1916–1917, Józef Budko made a series of prints for the Passover Haggadah. Printed in sepia on blotting paper, the etchings are characterized by precise drawing, with light, flexible lines. The motif of vines that appears in most of the etchings symbolizes the people of Israel, and the grapes – the Promised Land. Among the figures, there were numerous decorative initials of the Hebrew words starting individual segments of the story about the exodus of the people of Israel from Egypt. This application was developed after the exhibition of the Haggadah for Pesach. The application is in preparation.