Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Masayo Fukuda

Japanese artist Masayo Fukuda is a master paper cutting artist.

 

 

Mastering the craft known as Kirie, the traditional art form involves cutting intricate forms from a single sheet of white paper and then contrasting it against a black background to reveal the design.

 

 

This amazing form of art requires tremendous patience and a steady hand.

 

 

At first glance, the beautiful artwork looks as though it was rendered using fine-tipped pens, but Fukuda carefully cut every detail from one sheet of paper.

 

 

 

Fukuda create mind-boggling detailed designs using simple tools: a cutting mat, blade, and paper.

The finished products are more than amazing. 

More of Masayo Fukuda‘s work can be found at https://kiriken.thebecos.com/en/.

12 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Masayo Fukuda

      1. As I said before I am more than humbled at their amazing talent. If I only had in my whole body what they have in one finger… *smiles* But it makes me feed good to be able to share their magic with everyone.

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      2. Your sharing and incredible articles continues to be a blogging highlight every week for me !!! 😁😉☺️❤️💕

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      1. I think patience is not the problem but to cut such tiny things and then soooo beautiful !!!

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