This Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes And It Looks Mind Blowing -

This Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes And It Looks Mind Blowing


There are different types of art and various artist who comes up with some unique and incredible form of art. It’s not easy to make them and come up with such intricate ideas. This 8-year-old champion boxer and former engineer Omid Asadi from Iran is one of them. Now a UK-based artist, this man creates art by carefully cutting intricate scenes on a leaf and believe me it’s the best thing you’ll see today. For him, art is the way of looking differently around himself and this world. This artist has worked across various media but first gained recognition for his work of cutting intricate scenes on a leaf.

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More info: Instagram | omidasadiart.com

1.Leaf And Gears. Is it even real or just Photoshopped?

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

2.Peace. Well, I can only see his extremely hard work and dedication here. 

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

3.Abstract Scribble Cutting

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

4.Scribble Crow. Where did he get this idea of creating pieces of leaf art like these?

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

5.Self-Portrait. Isn’t it the best thing you have seen today? See the detailing and the hard work he has put up just to create amazing intricate scenes. 

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

6.Abstract Scribble Cutting. How can someone create such amazing piece dry leaf art?

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

7.Silhouette Design. This is one of the best and the most difficult of all the designs he has created on leaves. 

Artist Creates Leaf Art By Carefully Cutting Intricate Scenes

“My leaf art is rooted in my childhood when there was a deep emotional relation between me and nature. As a child, I used a needle to create shapes on leaves or fallen rose petals. I didn’t take this practice further until much later; in 2012 I decided to use leaves as the basic material. I use cutting and carving techniques to create forms and shapes to transform an ordinary leaf into a delicate piece of art through a very time-consuming process. In general, it’s my way to depict the difference between the ways we see our surroundings, to show we do not tend to notice the ordinary things unless they are brought to our attention.” Asadi says.

Shalini
Mostly found in cozy corners or near a dog. A mess of thoughts, sipping coffee from a wineglass, wild hair and often lost. Dreaming about world tours and ice-creams. Buys five books a month and reads one.

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