This Artist Creates Incredible Papercut Art Series Inspired By M.C. Escher – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

This Artist Creates Incredible Papercut Art Series Inspired By M.C. Escher


Parth Kothekar, an artist based in Ahmedabad, India, is popular for his amazingly detailed papercuts. His recent papercut series are inspired by M.C. Escher’s optical illusions. The mathematical precision of geometric shapes and lines in his works is extremely remarkable.

In an interview with DeMilked, the artist told us that he has been creating paper cut art for almost a decade now. He said, “The idea germinated out of my graffiti practice, about 10 years ago, when one day I pictured the stencils to be inverted. I followed the idea and was fascinated by my own work.”

More: Parth Kothekar, Instagram h/t: demilked


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