Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Papercut Artist "MAYUKO FUJINO"



Mayuko Fujino is a talented self-taught papercut Tokyo Artist.
She got a very lovely vibrant collection which bases on surreal & traditional japanese floral technique & style. Last December, she was the first person that won the 'Best of the Best' on the surrealist illustration site House of Scratch. With Its first launched last September until now, the results of submission are marvellous! If you would like to participate just click here, who knows you will be the next big winner.
Good luck friends!!!

14 comments:

Anny said...

OOOO.. i like these paper cuts! Very interesting!

How have you been Yoonsee? hope everything is fine with you and you are njoying ur life and music! take care girly!

Anny said...

Oh ya.. Nessa is a pretty good paper cut person.. she does lovely paper cuts!

Teri C said...

These are beautiful! Almost like zentangle paper art.

baincardin said...

waah...ther r so beautiful n cute! ^_^

Anh said...

Lovely =) Did you do any papercut designs as well?

marianne said...

Wonderful paper art!!!!
Thanks for showing us!

Amy C said...

these are sweet, thanks for sharing.
I finally got around to doing the handwriting tag you sent me, it was so much fun thank you Yoon See

Lisa at Greenbow said...

I am always amazed what people can do with paper. Thanks for bringing this artist to our attention.

yoon see said...

Thanks for your comments friends.
Yes I did some papercut too some time ago but don't know where I put them.

Diana Evans said...

oh wow.....you know I just bought a book about papercutting and the history around it....I have always wanted to try this out....this is wonderful!!!

Nessa said...

Now, this is what I call awesome paper cuts! Unlike mine... which I haven't even done a single one for this year! :(

I'm not inspired la Yoon See... my hands are itchy to make but no idea. Susah la.

Pea said...

wow.. lovely papercuts!its fun to discover and know different art and artists,isn't it !

parisa mahmoudi said...

Hi There,
So thanks about the links!!! :)

ruzzlan2312 said...

I don't know if I can do it ; I haven't try one. This is really nice. Looks stencil like. A bit like spray on from cut outs. Looks like etching production too.

Papercut is certainly difficult unless symmetrical ! Need to review them for ideas.