Once again I could not walk by paper...
But it's not just paper. They are real masterpieces made by the Japanese self-taught artist Naho Katayama.
She creates real lace of white paper, striking with their complexity, ornateness and amazing beauty!
Naho Katayama was born and raised in Nagasaki, Japan. She has loved to do crafts since her childhood, but it turned out that nothing in her life was not associated with art up to a certain point. But in 2008, the lesson of art therapy awakened the interest to craft in her. First, paper cutting was a hobby, and in 2014 she began to do it professionally.
To create her masterpieces she uses just a sharp knife, glue and watercolor paper.
First she draws a sketch.
Next, she takes a very sharp small knife and carefully cuts out her idea. Honestly, this next photo makes me a little ill when I imagine carving of such a mesh :) But a real artisan just have to surprise us!
The resulting items are wonderful.
By glueing the artist turning them into air volume creations.
I suggest you looking at the works of Naho Katayama.
Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed!