The Parth Kothekar Papercut Typography Project is Intricate

By: Alyson Wyers - Nov 12, 2014
References: behance.net & designtaxi
These motivational clippings from Parth Kothekar offer typographic advice at the tip of your finger. The Papercut Typography project demonstrates intricate hand carving that often spell out humorous and helpful messages.

Made out of plain white sheets of paper, the papercut artwork showcases not only skilled hands, but an eye for detail as well. Before cutting the intricate pieces, Parth Kothekar sketches the wording on paper before carving out the lettering with a specialized knife. The Ahmedabad, India-based designer's miniature typography project is also seen framed on his Behance page.

The messages include age-old adages like 'good things take time' and 'small steps everyday' in addition to wittier sayings such as 'I work because I love this shit' and 'shut up and try.'