Paper Portraits by Hiroki Suzuki
Paper Portraits by Hiroki Suzuki at first sight seem to be created in vector programs, but in fact are made of paper, like origami. Japanese freelance artist Hiroki Suzuki graduated from the Musashino Art University. The artist uses the simplest of all materials – colored paper as the basis of a photograph or drawing, or rather to say contoured image. Scissors cut paper into different details, which then are put on the base of paper. Sometimes instead of scissors parts of paper are torn with hands to reveal the texture and add emphasis to design. All this is not an easy handmade work. Uniqueness of Hiroki’s copyright works is his art style. Secret is how to use colors. Hiroki made a rule to use only four different colors on one picture. Only then the work gets the most harmonious, aesthetic and complete view. The author seeks to create an artwork that will affect the audience with her bright pop style.