10 Amazingly creative Paper trees

Tuesday, February 17, 2009 |
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Yuken Teruya from Japan constructs intricate paper cuttings from waste materials: toilet paper rolls, shopping bags, newspapers. His artworks are caught in transitional moments, when a paper bag begins to evolve into a tree or an old copy of the New York Times has sprung roots as a newspaper garden.











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