Making paper cuts and turning them into beautiful works of art seems a great idea for people who are patient. That’s because working with papers is way too delicate and one should be careful as there are quite intricate details to pay attention to.
The paper cutting technique is said to have developed sometime around 700 AD and with time, evolved in different cultures around the world. In Japan, this technique is known as Kirie (or Kirigami).
However, the Japanese artist Masayo Fukuda is a master on this filed. She has practiced the art of hand-cutting paper for about 25 years, and we’re about to show you, one of her best creations.
Can you believe this is an octopus made all in all from paper?
The artist spoke fro Bored Panda: “For me, cutting pictures has become a way of dissipating all the stress of my daily life. If you want to get started, all the basics you need are tant paper, a cutter, matte, and a good light source.”
Do you wonder how much did it take for this artist to finish this intricate piece of work? According to Bored Panda, it took her more than 2 months to finish and the octopus and it was cut from a single sheet of white A2 paper.
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The artistic creation so intricately displays the sea animal’s rounded body, bulging eyes, and its many, many tentacles.
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