Went out to vote today, and it feels great!
Happy Sunday folks!
[quote] Artist Sergei Bobkov, 55, finishes his 4-monthes daily work with a creation a sculpture of life-sized Asian marmot made from cutting chips from the Siberian cedar at a workshop in a cellar of a local school in the settlement of Kozhany, 207 km (129 miles) southwest of Krasnoyarsk, June 5, 2012. Bobkov, who received a patent on manufacturing art sculptures made of cutting chips, spent four months creating the one of two marmots, using about 50 thousand pieces of Siberian cedar. He has made a total of 16 life-size wooden sculptures of Siberian birds and animals. ~ REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin [/quote]
The amazing thing about materials is that it has infinite possibilities – limited only by the imagination of the artist.
Packaging is an art in itself (and one that I can’t really master!) so if you’re anything like me, then INKKIT might just inspire you to at least try your hand at perfecting the skill. What I love the most? They make it so easy for you to mix and match (and covet!) packaging materials via their carefully put together collections – which is definitely a bonus for people like me who don’t know where to begin.
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