Paper Cut Project founders Nikki Salk and Amy Flurry have made an exclusive collection of animal masks. This duo collaborated their creative minds to construct these wildly impressive pieces.
The duo’s intricate three-dimensional paper sculptures were part of a 30-piece series commissioned for an Hermès store launch in Asia.
Take a look at all of these whimsical, beast-themed creations by Nikki Salk and Amy Flurry of Paper Cut Project.
Implications - Customers are looking for ways to become more hands-on with their purchases. Products integrated with a DIY element are appealing to those who look for more than just an attractive design. Companies could incorporate a more productive element into their items to attract more shoppers.
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