Friday Night Flicks: Paper Cuts (a different one)

Tonight’s video Paper Cuts (yes, it has the same title as last week’s flick) is the Michigan Daily’s look at the processes and products of University of Michigan lecturer Matt Shlian. Shlian’s approach to paper cutting is strikingly different from that of Ryan De La Hoz which I posted last Friday.

 

 

If last week’s video didn’t inspire you to take a knife or scissors to a piece of paper, perhaps this week’s film has. If you need another little prod, you could check out the instruction videos from Poppy’s Papercuts this weekend. (Apologies: these were the least irritating paper cutting instruction videos I could find, and a British instructor seemed appropriate since I am in England.)

About Byopia Press

I have been working in the book arts field for more than twenty years, and operating Byopia Press with my husband David since the late 1990s. I began producing artist's books and altered books in 2004.
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4 Responses to Friday Night Flicks: Paper Cuts (a different one)

  1. judy hoffman says:

    I have probably never said, but I do enjoy your Friday Flicks. This one was fun to watch as usual. I don’t think I will embark on paper cutting though. Too precise for me. But amazing to watch. (-:

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  2. Just loved watching this. Makes me wish I knew more about designing on the computer. That slice thing was so cool.

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