Amazingly Fragile Cut Paper Artworks by ‘Kiri Ken’

July 14, 2017

Christopher Jobson

Japanese paper artist Riki Fukuda, who goes by Kiri Ken (ie. “Cutting Sword”) extracts incredibly dense artworks from sheets of paper. The cuts are so tiny they seem to swirl like liquid, and indeed many of her pieces are aquatic wildlife from a nautilus to jellyfish. You can see more here. (via Lustik)



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