Source: Masayo Fukuda Traditional Japanese Papercutting Octopus Made From A Single Sheet Of Paper 2019-01-09 Wed 2019-01-09 Wed The traditional Japanese art of papercutting, or kirie, can truly be a beautiful sight to behold. 25-year veteran Masayo Fukuda, however, may have produced one of the most intricately gorgeous cutting yet. She recently took to Twitter to post what she is calling her masterpiece of 2018 in the form of a stunning kirie octopus! Source: Masayo Fukudaa Source: Masayo Fukuda The super detailed octopus is actually cut from a single sheet of paper, and it took Masayo two months to painstakingly craft and brilliantly make use of negative space. Source: Masayo Fukuda Source: Masayo Fukuda While it may appear as a finely drawn illustration, videos below prove that it's actually a beautiful kirie work of art. You can follow Masayo Fukuda and her work on her homepage and Twitter. By - Big Neko. Source:Masayo Fukuda / h/t: Spoon & Tamago Tags: Cool / Japan / Kirie / Octopus / Paper Art / Twitter grape Japan Art Traditional Japanese Papercutting Octopus Made From A Single Sheet Of Paper Related Article Majestic Photographs Of Mt. Fuji At Sunrise Show A Rarely Seen Side Of Japan’s Iconic Volcano Exploring The Inside Of A Standard Japanese Business Hotel Room Japan’s New Pika-Shoe Series Will Electrify Your Feet With Cuteness Japanese Farmers Want To Win Your Love With Heart-Shaped Fruit! This 77-Year-Old Japanese Man Is The Michelangelo of Microsoft Excel 1,500 Pikachus Invade Yokohama For The Annual Pikachu Festival–This Time With Boats And Blimps!