Intricate Paper Cut-Outs by Hina Aoyama

2012-06-18 1

Give this amazing Japanese artist some paper and a pair of scissors and she’ll be sure to create something unbelievably intricate and fragile. Take a look at some of her lovely cut-outs after the jump!

It’s amazing what Paris-based Japanese artist Hina Aoyama can create with paper, a pair of scissors, concentration, patience, and attention to detail: beautifully intricate and skillfully-cut masterpieces ranging from dainty butterflies to fine cursive text. However, they should be handled with care, as they could be easily destroyed with a crush of the hand. Let’s take a look at some of them:

Photos via Hina Aoyama's Flickr Stream

Each fragile work of art takes her hours or sometimes months to make, but Aoyama says she finds the super meticulous process a fun way to relieve stress. On her creative process, the amazing artist says, "I don’t follow traditional, but I am trying to create a mixture of the traditional and modern styles and to produce my own world through this super fine, lacy-paper-cuttings technique.”

All information for this article were taken from KoiKoiKoi.com.

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One Comment

  1. catwhipped
    catwhipped ·

    If you could email me at catzczu2@yahoo.com, I would appreciate it. I was interested in maybe buying some of these cutouts if that's possible.

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