'Reflection - paper art by Katsumi Hayakawa, <> "Channeling the millions of private worlds that collectively compose cities, Hayakawa creates incredibly complex cut paper sculptures that are at once fragile and overwhelming.
Love this artwork by Katsumi Hayakawa. It's paper, glue, pencil, vinyl chloride on arches paper
Katsumi Hayakawa: Paper, glue, pencil, vinyl chloride on arches paper I am doing this in September Will post pictures step by step DIY Tutorial but will be done differently and u will see how awesome StayTuned to StyleStarterKam
Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa works in many different mediums, but her work with paper is what intrigues me the most. Below are some of her intricate paper pieces that I find inspiring.
CORNELIA PARKER, MASS (COLDER DARKER MATTER) This is the most amazing piece of art at the Phoenix Museum. The artist took pieces of charred wood from a church steeple that was hit by lightning and strung them on wire.
Californian artist Pae White at Peckham’s South London Gallery with an installation made up of a 48 kilometre network of threads. Typography where art and design cross over to create typographic art installation