Artist Kanat Nurtazin Creates Drawings By Cutting Fallen Leaves – Design You Trust

Artist Kanat Nurtazin Creates Drawings By Cutting Fallen Leaves

According to Kanat Nurtazin: “5 years ago, I have started my project “100 methods of drawing”, and leaf-cutting art is one of my favorite. Leaf’s life is fleeting so as our lives and I am giving a second life to them to discover an untold story.

I simply imagine a bright moment that I want to share with my audience. I draw it on the leaf and cut with a razor. The most important thing is to find the best suitable place to catch with my camera at the right time and right angle. And the story has been released!

Hope you will like them and enjoy my art.”

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