Thinking about trying our hands at paper cutting. These designs are the works of Japanese cutting artist, illustrator and designer Yuya Takamizawa. His work is influenced by folk art from around the world and Scandinavian design. He creates his work at Atelier Folk where he sells paper cutouts, tenugui (cloth towel), and postcards while his wife sells yeast bread and jam. You can view his work on his website and Instagram. You can also view his wife’s culinary expertise on Atelier Sparrow and on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Yuya Takamizawa.
Admiring these intricately cut paper collages created by UK based artist Jane Robbins. She studied
graphic design at Hornsey College of Art focusing primarily on printmaking. She later began to work in paper collage and with encouragement from family and friends decided to make it a full time career. Her unique and beautiful collage images are inspired by flat pattern, patchwork, and found objects. You can view more of her work on her website and on Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Jane Robbins.
Suzy Taylor is a paper-cut artist based in Hertfordshire, England. With an X-Acto knife and a single sheet of paper she meticulously creates these incredible works of art. Each piece begins as a complete drawing and is then cut from paper over a period of hours or days. Her artwork primarily are often renditions of folk art and natural or floral themes. More of her work can be seen in her Facebook page. She is currently taking a break on her Etsy shop, SuzyTaylorFolkArt.
Images: Courtesy of Suzy Taylor