Large-Scale Cut-Out Portraits by Risa Fukui

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From a distance, the works of a Tokyo-based artist seem like large floating doodles, but a closer look from different angles show impressive details and varying effects. Take a look at some of her works after the jump!

Like the elaborate paper masterpieces of Emma Van Leest, the large-scale cut-outs done by Tokyo-based artist Risa Fukui are brimming with intricate details. Mounted on clear panels, her works seem to be large doodles, but view them up-close and you’ll notice Risa’s skillful snips and slices on sheets of paper.

Photos by Keniichi Shioda

Even more interesting, Risa’s works can and should be viewed three ways: from the front for colorful, eye-catching versions, from the back for a slightly eerie stark-white shapes and squiggles, and on the floor for the shadows rendered by the strategically-placed lighting on each piece.

Risa’s collection of large-scale cut-outs, entitled Life-Sized is currently on exhibit at the Pola Museum Annex in Tokyo until September 8, 2013.

All information and photos for this article were sourced from My Modern Met.

written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-29 in #lifestyle #risa-fukui #lomography #analogue-art #tokyo #cut-outs #paper #art #analogue-lifestyle #paper-cutting

2 Comments

  1. catarinasalgado
    catarinasalgado ·

    Amazing!

  2. weaver
    weaver ·

    so cool!

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