Paper Trees By Yuken Teruya

By Village Mayor • Feb 19th, 2009 • Category: Art, Latest Post

Yuken Teruya is an artist based in Brooklyn. He works in a variety of media and often references consumer culture alongside traditional craft techniques.

An example of his art is the series of McDonalds and high-end designer store bags into which Teruya cuts intricate tree shapes that are then pushed through into the interior of the bag, creating an enclosed environment within.

His website:

Toilet Paper Roll Tree

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Paper-bag Trees

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Book Trees

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