Artist Turns Japanese Product Packaging Into Art, And The Results Are Amazing


Haruki is a Japanese artist that goes by the Twitter name @02ESyRaez4VhR2l and recently went completely viral when he posted images of the Japanese snack boxes he recently transformed into realistic figures!

His artwork has a name in Japanese called “Kiries” or “Kirigami” – the art of paper-cutting. Kirie is more associated with traditional Japanese art, but Haruki re-adapted it to his personal, more pop-like style.

Scroll down and see his skillfully crafted packages, which now look like works of art!

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