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Yuken Teruya Transforms a McDonald’s Bag into a Delicate Tree

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Tiny Trees in Bags

Society & Culture / Men's Interest : The Awesomer

Artist Yuken Teruya is a master at cutting intricate paper shapes. For his latest exhibition Notice – Forest Teruya cut tree shapes out of cheap paper bags and then assembled the trees inside of the bags to a dramatic effect.

Yuken Teruya: toilet roll forest

Hobbies / Crafts : Whip Up

Yuken Teruya’s beautiful cut toilet paper rolls - who knew that these cardboard things could be so delicate and graceful. [via the rag & bone] Image caption: Yuken Teruya, Corner Forest (Serendipitous-Tangents shot), 2007, toilet Pa...

Papercraft McDonald's Bag

Hobbies / Crafts : Make: Knitting

This incredibly detailed papercraft sculpture by artist Yuken Teruya is definitely the most appealing thing I've ever seen come out of a McDonald's bag. [via Laughing Squid] More:Toilet Paper Roll Tree Cutout blog

Intricate Tree Hand Crafted Out of a McDonald’s Takeout Paper Bag

Humor : Laughing Squid

New York-based artist Yuken Teruya used a steady hand and amazing skill to create an intricate tree crafted out of a McDonald’s takeout paper bag in the design titled What Victory Tastes Like / London from his Notice-Forest series. ...

The Art of Yuken Teruya

Lifestyle / Green Living : Ecofabulous

From trees, to paper bags, and back to trees. Gorgeous, no? In fact, I don't think I'll ever look at another paper bag the same way, now that I've seen these pieces by Japanese artist Yuken Teruya.


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