masayo fukuda's paper cutting

Paper cuts aren’t usually something people want to look at, but don’t be fooled – these are paper cuts of a different variety. Artist Masayo Fukuda expertly transforms an ordinary piece of paper into stunning, complex designs (the giant octopus is almost unbelievable). Masayo has been practising kirie, the Japanese art of paper cutting, for 25 years now and it’s clear by the level of detail that she is a master of the craft.  Meanwhile, we're over here still trying to fold an adequate paper plane. View Masayo's works on Insta for more jaw-dropping intricacy.

fancy some weekly
frankie in your inbox?

oh hello there!

fancy some weekly frankie in your inbox
(with access to special exclusive giveaways)?
just enter your e-mail address to sign up.