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Hina Aoyama Takes Paper Folding to a New Level with Her Designs

 - Nov 10, 2013
References: hinaaoyama & technocrazed
A Japanese artist by the name of Hina Ayoama has taken the majestic craft of origami for a spin with her striking sculptures (and just when you thought origami and Christmas trees made out of green construction paper were about the only things beautiful you could do with paper).

Ayoama works along side other European artists making a name for herself and what a name that is. Using only a single pair of ordinary scissors and an ordinary sheet of paper, Ayoama cuts them into something absolutely remarkable. These lace-like beauties are packed to the brim with such detail it's no wonder her works take from several hours to several months to complete.

Hina Ayoama's delicate perpetual paper mastery requires the utmost patience for these aren't your customary paper snowflakes pieces our elementary school loved one makes during the Christmas season.