Afternoon Roundup: Star Wars Cut Scenes You’ll Want to See

See that image above? It came from a single piece of paper. Artist Marc Hagan-Guirey makes incredible pieces of art using the Japanese paper-cutting art known as kirigami, in which he uses a scalpel to out three-dimensional scenes from a single piece of paper. Believe it or not, that image of Princess Leia and R2-D2 is his simplest one; other pieces in his Cut Scene series explore Endor and Cloud City’s carbonite chamber.

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