An Interactive Papercraft Guillotine Sculpture called “Paper Cuts”

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An Interactive Papercraft Guillotine Sculpture called “Paper Cuts”

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Artist Mandy Smith and creative director Hal Kirkland have resurrected a gruesome little piece of history with an incredible interactive guillotine sculpture made from paper called “Paper Cuts.”

Paper Cuts is an interactive paper sculpture that invites people to experience the world’s most recognizable instrument of death, head first. However, unlike it’s deadly ancestor, this blade offers nothing more final than a paper cut.

[via Junk Culture]

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