Artist Cuts Everyday Paper Objects into Sculptural Threads

Kyoto-based artist Mari Kamei uses tiny scissors to cut intricate sculptural shapes out of paper products we use every day such as milk cartons, paper cups and biscuit boxes. Using a spiral cutting process, Kamei carefully shreds each object, preserving small portions of the original form. Speaking about her creative process Kamei says, “I’m not trying to create paper cut-outs. It’s more about the action of cutting,”

 Find out more about Mari's work here.

via [Spoon & Tamago]