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Paper cut sculpture

Paper cut sculpture, a form of papercutting, is a contemporary development of a traditional art form. Instead of flat, two-dimensional pieces, the art is given a three-dimensional form. Different artists have used a variety of different methods. A notable example is Nahoko Kojima, a Japanese artist who utilised nylon threads to suspend individual large sheets of washi paper to form the bodies of animals and other natural figures.[1]

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  1. ^ Kojima, Nahoko. "Paper Cut Sculpture -- Nahoko Kojima -- Documentary (2013)". www.papercutsculpture.com. Retrieved 29 April 2013.