Monday, May 4, 2020

Japanese Artist Itsuko Naka's Delicate Paper Cuts Turned Into Paper Goods



Japanese artist Itsuko Naka enjoyed drawing from a very early age. She lives and works in Tokyo, the immediate cultural richness of the city influences her methods and techniques of block-printing, silk printing and stencil art. She creates lovely illustrations with paper birds, cats, flowers, ducks, swans and other nature inspired designs. She cuts them on paper and sticks them carefully, turning them into beautiful landscapes and scenery. Her work is primarily inspired by the nature surrounding her, wild birds and scenery of seasons.

Her original designs are hand-printed of fabric using traditional dying, and can also be found on greeting cards, calendars, tea towels, washi tapes, blankets and totes. You can find her products on her online store here.


Barbara said...

très poétique et délicat merci!

My Owl Barn said...

Barbara, thank you so much for taking out time to visit my blog. Sending hugs! :)

Barbara said...

hugs too ;)