Stark White Paper Cities Made From Dozens of Cut and Layered Sheets of Paper

International News
  • Smaller Small Medium Big Bigger
  • Default Helvetica Segoe Georgia Times

Artist Ayumi Shibata practices the Japanese art of paper cutting to create layered, three-dimensional sculptures.

By using dozens (and sometimes over 100) sheets of paper, Shibata crafts intricate cityscapes and forests that are compiled into hand-bound books and contained inside glass jars. When illuminated by light, the tiers of white paper glow to express a cinematic depth.


Source: My Modern Met


Legal Notice: Paper Advance is not responsible for the accuracy or availability of content on external websites.