Japanese paper artist Kiri Ken extracts incredibly dense artworks from sheets of paper. Her cutting is beyond the other paper artists. The most amazing part is that Kiri doesn’t use any laser or other type of technology, she actually cut all pieces by hand.
Kiri paper cuts are so tiny they seem to swirl like liquid, and indeed many of her pieces are aquatic wildlife from a nautilus to jellyfish. Kiri is first drawn out by hand on the reverse of the paper, and then hand cut using a scalpel, and it can take hours to complete.
Here are some of the paper cuts that quite inspired by nature and aquarium life by artist Kiri Ken & you can see more Twitter.