The artwork of the graphic artist and writer Vladimír Holub (1912 – 1995) represents a entirety that cannot be missed within the context of European art. The author's integrated aesthetic opinions were first reflected in ‘Domeček (little house)’, where he was visited by friends from the artist circles from Bohemia as well as abroad (the writers Günter Grass, Josef Škvorecký etc). This house called  ‘Dovecot’ became his largest work, full of  artifacts made of metal,  assemblages, ready-mades, collages, drawings and objects which best reflected his personality.