Nahoko Kojima, uses a single cut of paper, to create her beautiful, intricate masterpieces, that come to life, once on display. She is inspired by Gods Creation: humans; animals; forces of nature. When she envisions her final piece, she takes both, positive and negative space, into account.
Her pieces take months to complete, and the challenge of transporting them is simply something else that she likes taking on.
In her homeland of Japan, paper cutting has been around for thousands of years.
When I was a child I would lie down on my back on the grass and draw the underside of flowers. I think when we discover a hidden beauty, we leave our bodies and look on ourselves, the object and environment, all as one lovely epiphany.