Tuka El Safty, a product design student interested in Islamic Arts is sharing one of her projects using paper and creating creative Islamic patterns.
“I am endlessly fascinated by all typed of Islamic Art, including arabesque, and lately I am also fascinated by the possibilities of paper. After concentrating for a while on drawing and painting I decided to experiment this type of art in the form of paper-cutting. removing so much of the paper’s surface leaves me with a lace-like miniature world that always renews my awe of this art form. I love watching a sheet of paper turn into a beautiful piece of art one cut at a time“. Check the rest of her work on behance and follow her on instagram: @tukaelsafty
Last modified: August 16, 2016