Amazingly detailed Chinese paper cut by a master cutter by hand. Framed in a simple matt black Australian-made frame. Ready to hang. 41x35cm
Chinese use a knife on glass to cut their paper designs. Traditionally different villages had different local designs about village life and local or personal subjects. Holy Kitsch! framed paper cut is a post cultural revolution whimsical image.
Cutting paper and other pulped materials to form patterns is an art form that has developed differently in the random universes often according to the varieties of materials available and what the artist felt like doing. See bunting for more information.
Holy Kitsch! does possess some old Chinese paper cuts depicting the traditional Chinese Opera masks, photo coming soon. Holy Kitsch! also has some modern paper-cuts in-store designed here in Australia and cut by a master cutter.