Amazingly Detailed Star Wars Scenes Formed from Single Sheets of Paper

Marc Hagan-Guirey is the Paper Dandy—an artist who specializes in cutting paper in precise, 3-dimensional forms. It’s an art form called kirigami. In the past, we’ve seen his renderings of famous horror movie moments. His most recent project, dubbed Cut Scene, shows immediately recognizable slices from Star Wars. Hagan-Guirey describes his work to CNN:

He picked some of his favorite scenes from the original Star Wars movies and carved them out of 8.27 by 11.7-inch sheets of paper: "I use an X-acto knife and I'm never frugal about saving fresh blades. A metal ruler and a cutting matt. That's it really. Oh, and a few skewers to pop out small sections."

-via Nerd Approved

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