Hina Aoyama is super fine lacy-paper-cutting artist and illustrator. Her works are internationally recognized and have received numerous awards.
According to BonExpose, her desire is to create a finest cutoff beyond the level of tatting (lace work) and to create a mixture of the traditional and modern styles and to produce her own world through painstaking technique.
Her work is currently on exhibit at the Museum of Miniatures in Lyon, France and the consulate of Thailand in Geneva, Switzerland. While visiting Lyon and Geneva might not be possible for everyone, have hope because she actively exhibits worldwide.
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