Friday, May 16, 2008

Paper Cuts - How On Earth.....

paper cuts by Aoyam Hina
Well I just can't work this out. How on earth can you cut paper like this. It is absolutely mind blowing. Go and see some more from Aoyam Hina on this Flickr Slide Show and then go and visit her website. Oh and by the way she is from Japan but currently lives and works in Ferney Volaire, France. I am totally in awe.
Via Notcot
paper cuts by Aoyam Hina
paper cuts by Aoyam Hina
paper cuts by Aoyam Hina

13 comments:

diana @ please sir said...

These are amazing - thanks for sharing.

Octavine Illustration said...

absolutely amazing...thank you for the intoduction...such a fascinating form of art.

golmaryam said...

I love your weblog.it's realy amazing.

Ravenhill said...

My jaw has dropped over this fantastic artist you have introduced me to. Thank you so much for the intro. Now I have to check out what you do!
~Emily

Gillian said...

Found you on BlogLog through Maryam. Wow, I agree, that is nuts! Is she nearsighted? Anyways, beautifully done. It looks extremely delicate too.
xo

Enzie Shahmiri said...

These are beautiful! Thanks for visiting!

Ulla said...

Wasn't sure what you ment till I saw the photo with her hand! Truly the most delicate paper cutting I've seen yet! What a fabulous link. I thought it interesting to see how 'different' her illustration work is from her cutouts! She must be using vintage images as inspiration for her cutouts... Regardless, her skill is amazing!

corine @ Hidden In France said...

Insane. I'd like to see the artist at work.

IMEDAGOZE said...

OMG! totally brilliant, it's the best I've seen!

babelfish said...

This is seriously amazing, I am in awe. Thanks for sharing.

rochambeau said...

Truly amazing Aoyam must have Fairy Fingers!
Dear Di,
I will email you tomorrow to talk cherries! Thanks for your comment yesterday!!
xo
C

Anonymous said...

Amazing! Are they done by hand or laser cut? My French is a bit poor...

Lee Gamble/USA said...

This can only be done with a laser - BUT one has to program that laser...
Di, as always your Blog is DI-vine!