This Artist Just Needs A Single Piece Of Paper To Create Something Amazing

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If we demeanour fast during artist Suzy Taylor’s work, you’ll still be impressed, though we competence consider it’s some perplexing coop and ink work. However, it’s something even more impressive, and it takes an even steadier hand. Taylor’s work is wholly finished from one square of paper, with any work cut into impossibly perplexing patterns to emanate a lace-like image.

Impressed? You should be.


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Inspired by folk art, Taylor creates her images totally by palm with a qualification knife. She doesn’t use any kind of laser or die cuts, that means that all of those small vines and other diminutive sum were finished with extraordinary calm and steadiness.


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Facebook / Folk Art Papercuts


Facebook / Folk Art Papercuts


In box we couldn’t tell, a Hertfordshire, England-based artist loves detail. “Papercutting allows me to mix my adore of folk art with my passion for small details,” Taylor says. “In fact, a some-more fact there is, a happier we am!”

Each of her designs is palm drawn, and her strange paper cuts are totally unique. No dual will ever be accurately alike.


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Mounting a pieces onto timber or other backgrounds gives them a uninformed look, and also helps strengthen them.

Mounting a pieces onto timber or other backgrounds gives them a uninformed look, and also helps strengthen them.

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Facebook / Folk Art Papercuts


Yep, they’re paper, and they’re intensely delicate!

Yep, they're paper, and they're intensely delicate!

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This square is a small different.

This square is a small different.

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Instead of being cut from a singular square of paper, this square was fabricated from several differently colored sheets of paper and mounted on a square of wood.


The fact is only mind-bending.

The fact is only mind-bending.

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This in-progress square gives we an thought of how her pieces are created. This is a behind side of a paper.

This in-progress square gives we an thought of how her pieces are created. This is a behind side of a paper.

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Obviously, it’s prudent work, though Taylor doesn’t mind. “I adore operative this way,” she says. “It’s totally absorbing, and we can get mislaid in it for hours.”


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So with all those small shapes, how does she pointer her work? She’s got that covered.

So with all those small shapes, how does she pointer her work? She's got that covered.

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You can see most some-more of Taylor’s work on her Facebook page, Twitter, and her blog. She also has coloring pages and pencil drawings value checking out. If we consider one of these would demeanour good in your home, we can buy both strange paper cuts and prints on her Etsy and Not On High Street shops.