I haven’t been doing much of the crafty sort at all lately, but I wanted to share these paper-cut portraits that Paul and I had done on my last day of work. In typical “I’ve walked by this corner every day and never seen this” fashion, I noticed a table with paper cut portraiture. At $10 a pop, I couldn’t resist.
He simply folded a 4″ square of origami paper in half and cut out most of the detail, then went back in for details like our hairlines. I think they’ll be a nice memory a long time from now. If you’re in New York and would like to stop by, Portraits by Ming is on the southwest corner of Broadway and Prince street.
Blogging might be spotty for the next few weeks. I’ve been acting like a tourist with Paul each day, and at some point we’re supposed to pack boxes and drive to Montana. For now, enjoy the view.