We all cut out snowflakes and paper chain people in grade school, but the work of these two crafty artists are hardly elementary. Previously featured favorites, Amy Flurry and Nikki Salk are the crafty hands behind “Paper-Cut-Project,” where intricate, custom-made paper art installations come alive. The dynamic duo doesn’t have a staff and their work sometimes take them up to 80 hours a week to create, but no two pieces are quite alike. A new paper collection is upon us in New York City being displayed today in the windows of two Kate Spade stores, this time inspired by the windswept model in Lillian Bassman’s famed photograph, “A Touch of Dew.” So make your way over to these stunning stores where the risk of paper cuts is worth the experience of seeing art on the cutting edge.
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