Making art out of Japanese snack boxes!

16 December 2018 by Paolo

The Japanese Twitter account @02ESyRaez4VhR2l got a lot of attention from their compatriots after creating various "Kiries" made out of Japanese snacks boxes!

Kiries or Kirigami, is the Japanese papercutting art. Not to be confused with origami, where the paper is just folded. The Kirie is usually associated to traditional and ancient Japanese Art, but the Twitter crafter readapted it with their skill in a personal style, more westernized and pop-like.

One of the most viral post on his Twitter is the Julius Pringles made out of, obviously, Pringles boxes.

Julius comes to life

Julius comes to life, a little changed.

What do you think of these kirie made out of food packaging? Let us know in the comments!

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