The Art of Patience

This woman is crazy (in a wonderfully beautiful way)! She is Hina Aoyama, from Japan and living in France, and it can take her between one and two months to make a on meter square cutout piece. Which is surreal because it would take me more than 6 months, and all my sanity.

Visit her Flickr and her Website for more amazing-ness!

Via } Uppercase

8 Comments

Filed under Art, Handmade, Paper

8 responses to “The Art of Patience

  1. Amazing art! Looking at her lettre de Voltaire on Flickr, you see that she cannot rush anything. I guess she does not need a Stay Calm poster.

  2. hahaha funny, Kim!!! Prolly not!

  3. Wow, that is amazing! She must be the most patient person on the earth… I would have ripped apart pieces of paper after a few cuts!

  4. This is amazing! I cannot imagine the patience.

  5. Nana

    this is truly amazing. i’m not only impatient, but also clumsy, so whenever i see someone who can do these kind of thing, i’m in awe.

  6. Love this site…terrific!

  7. Daïna

    Vraiment intéressant!

    Quel patience et quels détails de minutie…

    Merci de partager cet artiste!

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