Intricate paper sculptures take on different meanings depending on the viewer's point of view.

Japanese paper artist Katsumi Hayakawa unveils his unique style at the Gallery MoMo Roponggi. From a distance, his three-dimensional artwork conveys the feel of an abstract mosaic, but when viewed up-close, the strips of paper provoke the illusion of a dynamic city skyline.

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Katsumi Hayakawa

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