A mystery artist has been leaving intricate paper-cut sculptures around Scotland for a few years , and has been remotely interviewed by the beeb.
Not only is her work amazing in itself, the reasons behind what she creates, and why she abandons the pieces to be found, are admirable.
"It's no secret that I would like everyone to have access to books, art, artefacts and the buildings that house them. Not just those with the money for a ticket."
Since then she has created and left more pieces in specific locations, including museums, the War Poets Collection, the Scottish Seabird Center... with tags attached explaining their references or inspirations. Her mission statement is simply "In support of libraries, books, words and ideas" and the works are intended to draw attention to libraries, galleries and museums rather than the artist herself.
When forced to accept money in return for a commission from the Scottish Book Trust in 2012, she told the BBC that she used the fee to pay for her own time, to allow her to create 30 more free sculptures.
Interview and details are here: on the BBC website.
Extra details also from here.