Somewhere in between sorting out click tags and trying to figure out how to script three different sets of time-sensitive 'Premiere' messaging (I didn't understand any of that and I don't expect any of you to), I decided to do a random Google Image search for 'Amazon River Dolphins'.
Well, not all that random; we're in the middle of designing a particular web ad that calls for a collection of exotic animals.
Aside from finding some really beautiful images (especially considering the murky waters of the Amazon)...
... I came across this website. Immediately imagining my apartment covered with a menagerie of these delicate paper sculptures, I frantically started downloading PDFs. I was almost afraid someone would suddenly realize they could make money off of these things and stop the 'FREE DOWNLOADS'.
Unfortunately, I always loose in the end. Each image seems to be password protected and with no mention of said encryption on the website, I can only hope it's my home computer's copy of Photoshop and that I'll be able to open it tomorrow at work.