Like everyone else, I really like perter callesen's amazing paper cut work. What I find so smart and compelling about it, beyond the obvious mastery of the technique, is the fact that the process of making is revealed by leaving what's cut. Not only do we see the amazing composition and story of each piece, but we also get to see what's taken away to make it. The connection between the two parts is not severed, which makes each piece a bit more tense and provacative. Though fabulously decorative, his work is also very smart. Very cool indeed.