Masayo Fukada and Her Amazing Works Made With… a Scalpel! the Images Are Hypnotizing!

    Masayo Fukada and Her Amazing Works Made With… a Scalpel! the Images Are Hypnotizing!

    Masayo Fukada and Her Amazing Works Made With… a Scalpel! the Images Are Hypnotizing!
    Greg
    6:00 PM EDT, April 15, 2023, updated: 2:56 PM EDT, April 17, 2023

    Do you really think that you need to have a number of expensive tools to create art? Masayo Fukada, a Japanese artist, proves that using only a scalpel, some paper and a flashlight you can create genuine masterpieces. For 25 years she has been relying only on a few cheap tools that helped her make hundreds of unbelievable pieces!

    Masayo is also known as Kiri Ken

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    kiriesousakukamasayo/Instagram

    The artist uses a traditional Japanese technique, called Kirie

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    kiriesousakukamasayo/Instagram

    She takes part in a number of art exhibitions in Japan. She has recently received several new orders and she is planning to launch an internet sop to sell her works

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    kiriesousakukamasayo/Instagram

    She thinks that her best piece is an octopus that she was working on for 2 months!

    She carefully cuts out all the pieces with a scalpel which makes her art so amazing

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    kiriesousakukamasayo/Instagram

    Her most frequent motif is sea animals

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    However, other animals are also models sometimes…

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    … and so are people!

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    What do you think about her works and the technique that she uses?

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