Lubomír Buchta

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Emilie Björk, Emilie Björk by Atem Books, via Flickr

Emilie Björk, Emilie Björk by Atem Books, via Flickr

Fairy Poses-- love this! I never have a decent reference for the pose when drawing fairies! This is perfect!:

Fairy Poses-- love this! I never have a decent reference for the pose when drawing fairies! This is perfect!:

How To Video: DIY Rusty Cookie Sheet Surface for Moody Food Photography

How To Video: DIY Rusty Cookie Sheet Surface for Moody Food Photography

Custom Cracked Resin

Custom Cracked Resin

Teak Cubes and Blocks with Cracked Resin

Teak Cubes and Blocks with Cracked Resin

Modern Fractal Resin and Teak Stool or Side Table | From a unique collection of antique and modern stools at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/stools/

Modern Fractal Resin and Teak Stool or Side Table | From a unique collection of antique and modern stools at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/stools/

Fiks is a magazine built in a unique, interactive style that integrates simple puzzles/activities with the fresh content that it drives. This makes for a more impactful delivery of information.   It’s a nifty little publication, and that is where we find the name “fiks,” which is danish for “nifty.”

Fiks is a magazine built in a unique, interactive style that integrates simple puzzles/activities with the fresh content that it drives. This makes for a more impactful delivery of information. It’s a nifty little publication, and that is where we find the name “fiks,” which is danish for “nifty.”