The pics attached are from an exhibition I saw in London in September at the Saatchi gallery, one of my favourites.
The exhibition was entitled, PAPER, which is self explanatory. However, nothing prepared me for the work of Japanese artist, Yuken Teruya who painstakingly cuts tree shapes into the side of a paper bag, then pushes it through.
All the bags in the exhibition are mounted on ledges (pic 1) and are viewed through the front, and the results are astounding. Pics 2 & 3 are cut from a MacDonalds paper bag, while pics 4 & 5 are cut from a Louis Vuitton carrier, which just goes to show that there is democracy in true beauty and artisty.