Thursday, July 9, 2009


Another little treat from the Kinokuniya bookshop - an inspiring visual diary by Japanese paper artist and Kirigami specialist Kanako Yaguchi. On her website Kanako explains that this is a journal combining photographic images of growing up in Japan, an insight into her daily life, and her artistic work in the medium of paper-cutting.

So beautiful - I wish I had the patience for this intricate work!
Take a look at Kanako's website for more images of her paper-cut designs on a range of other homeware and clothing products.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Natalie, just catching up on your latest posts. I love these papercuts, they are so delicate and intricate! Can't wait to visit the Kinokuniya bookstore the next time I visit Sydney!