While I did my GCSE in art, I found that I was kind of good at using knives… For a while now I’ve been doing papercutting when I have time and I wanted to share some of my work with the internet. I also kind of want to spread it as an alternative to self harm, I’ve been sharing some of my work on instagram using #cutpapernotwrists.
Anyway, enough talking. Here’s some of what I’ve been up to.
Deer skull with pattern- my GCSE final piece.
Christmas bauble mounted on different colours of card, the original of this has actually gone missing but at least we still have a photo.
Copy of piece by Sarah Dennis, this was one for my GCSE coursework.
Zebra, I think I posted this on my instagram, but I’m not sure.
Buildings, “Arabian Nights” theme, this photo was from it was still a work in progress.
Copy of work by Emma Van Leest, for my GCSE coursework.
Mandala, I was very bored.
Foxgloves, for my GCSE coursework. Actually the first time we realised that I was worryingly good with a knife. The original of this is also currently missing.
I hope that you like what I have done and maybe it will inspire some of you to either make some art or find a better use for a blade. If it does, use #cutpapernotwrists and I will hopefully see it.
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