Busts, paintings, art
- Brussels – Jiří David’s neon sculpture “The Heart of Václav Havel” illuminated
- Jablonec nad Nisou – commemorative medals issued by the Czech Mint
- Itri (Italy) – a floral portrait of President Havel created for local festivities
- Plzeň – Křimice – a bust of President Havel by sculptor Jaroslav Bocker placed on display
- Prague – a tapestry by Petr Sís officially unveiled at Václav Havel Airport
- Prague – the travelling wax sculpture “A Heart for Václav Havel” by Lukáš Gavlovský and Roman Švejda, made out of the wax of candles burnt in memory of Václav Havel in December 2011,
placed on display
- Strasbourg – a bust of Václav Havel by sculptor Lubomír Janeček unveiled in the headquarters of the Council of Europe
- An asteroid named Ferdinandvanek after a character in Václav Havel’s play “Audience”
- a fabric pattern named after Václav Havel
- Making of a student documentary film “The Heart of Havel”
- Horní Počernice – the unveiling of a commemorative plaque to Václav Havel, designed by Bořek Šípek, on a former restaurant at Horní Počernice near Prague where the world premiere of Havel’s “Beggar’s Opera” took place in November 1975.
- Capitol in Washington, D.C. – to mark of the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain a bust of President Václav Havel by the Czech-American sculptor Lubomír Janečka was unveiled in the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
- Prague – a further major artwork dedicated to Václav Havel – a bronze sculptural group entitled “Annunciation by Olbram Zoubek was installed in the church of St Anne (Prague Crossroads).
- On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, a set of commemorative coins and medals dedicated to Václav Havel were issued by the Czech National Bank and struck by the Czech Mint.
- On the third anniversary of President Václav Havel’s death the Czech Mint launched a new collection of medals dedicated to the memory of Václav Havel entitled “Seven Outstanding Artists,
- As part of celebrations of the 25th anniversary of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Czechoslovakia and the State of Israel, the ceremonial unveiling of Václav Havel’s signature on the lobby walkway of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem took place on 26 October 2015. The signature was unveiled by Czech Minister of Culture Daniel Herman, the Czech Ambassador Ivo Schwarz and the Deputy General Manager of King David Hotel Sheldon Ritz.
- Prague – The Heart for Václav Havel by the academic sculptur Kurt Gebauer at Václav Havel Square
- Letovice, Czech Republic – the unveliling of the bust of Václav Havel by academic sculptor Kryštof Hošek
- Prague – a duplicate of a bust of Václav Havel by Lubomír Janečka whose original is in the U.S. Capitol’s Freedom Foyer unveiled in the Prague Crossroads
- Prague, new work of art by Daniel Pešta unveiled in the Prague Crossroads
- Czech Republic – a new set of Václav Havel commemorative medals issued on the occasion of Havel’s eightieth anniversary
- Limited edition watches PRIM Václav Havel 80
- Karlovy Vary – Unveiling of a bust of Václav Havel at the Hotel President in Karlovy Vary
- Tbilisi, Georgia – unveiling of the statue of President Václav Havel in Tbilisi
- Prague, the Church of St Gall (Havel) – installation of the missing Wenceslas bell, dedicated to St Wenceslas and President Václav Havel