Delicate papercut art dresses by Eugenia ZolotoOn December 30, 2017 by Ilene
I’m so utterly charmed by these intricately-cut paper dresses by Ukranian artist Eugenia Zoloto (and, really, all her work). She has a few of these kirigami pretties up for sale on Etsy, starting at $250.
photos via Eugenia Zoloto
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