A Cut Above

Members have been getting creative with paper & scissors.

From Pat J: I thought this origami blog by the British Museum was very good.

Zara: For an advanced challenge check this out – The prawns look amazing but a lot of effort to make.  I recommend subscribing to Colossal newsletter, you get some of the most amazing global creative things on it.

Leo: I have been cutting up old discarded Chinese brush work and reforming them. By drawing on the back of the old work randomly and cutting up without knowing what lies on the other side. I have just allowed the shapes to dictate once turned right side up.  Here are some examples.

Catch off Anglesey