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This artist creates beautiful cranes by cutting paper with goldsmith precision

And you, what do you do with paper? " The paper is the simplest material and the first to be thought of when talking about art, yet the artist we are going to talk about today takes an additional step and proves that we can imagine creations absolutely fabulous by diverting simple leaves. Because yes, no need for materials expensive and spectacular to give life to works of art that are just as much.

Today, heading for Romania to discover Cristian Marianciuc, a creative like no other who defines himself as a"Paper artist". In 2015, Cristian Marianciuc has set a goal: to achieve 1000 cranes in 1000 days using only paper. Since then, this goal has been achieved and yet he continues to create beautiful cranes by cutting paper with a precision Goldsmith.

The paper birds imagined by Cristian Marianciuc testify to his sense of detail and his use creative and relevant of color. As time goes by (and his creations), the artist has obviously evolved his technique to give life to paper cranes always more colorful and above all, riddled with details of all kinds. He is also inspired by theorigami, this famous Japanese folding art, to give life to his works, even if as you can imagine, his creations are much too complex to be born from a single sheet of paper.

The artist recently unveiled that he would soon start a mini-series of creations inspired by Japanese folklore. He explains that Japanese culture is a source of inspiration for him on a daily basis:

I am always fascinated by the art of origami, its symbolism and its history. I'm literally obsessed with the wings and feathers of birds.

Anyway, every creation imagined by Cristian Marianciuc is a unique piece, which you can buy on his page Etsy. You are also invited to visit his accountInstagram to discover more deeply his unique art.

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Credits : Cristian Marianciuc

Imagined by:Cristian Marianciuc

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