The delicate paper art of Maude White, an artist and student studying at the State University of New York College in Buffalo, has been meticulously cut to create incredibly intricate illustrations. Utterly impressive, people might find themselves wondering how many artworks she has accidentally ripped for the sheer fragility of them.
From birds to people and leaves, the delicate paper art depicts quite a range of subject matters. According to This is Collossal, "Each piece can involve thousands of minute cuts giving the works an extreme feel of density and texture." Her work will be put on display at the Western New York Book Arts Collaborative as part of a show titled Birds I’ve Been. Those in the area will just have to make sure not to touch any.
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