Keiko Suzuki of Bless Hue carefully tears pieces of newspaper, such as advertisements and photos, and turns them into a whimsical works of art. To assemble each work, all she uses is water, starch glue, an awl, an eraser, some paint brushes, and watercolor paper for her base. A mix of Keiko’s Japanese origin and inspiration taken from flora and fauna make each of her pieces one of a kind.
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