Another kirie artist is here to awe and inspire.
We’re pretty sure even a machine wouldn’t be able to cut finer lines!
Japanese kirie master SouMa doesn’t believe paper-cutting needs to be so two-dimensional.
Why draw pictures when you can CUT pictures?
Most people who have a fondness for Japan have encountered origami at one point or another. It’s certainly one of the most famous of the Japanese paper arts and the origami crane carries so much more meaning than a simple piece of paper.
Another Japanese art that utilizes the complexities of paper is kirie, or paper cutting art. All it takes is a craft knife, a little dedication and free time and you can turn a black piece of paper into a stand-out work of art. Looking for a new hobby this winter vacation? Look no further than kirie!