Solo Kojima created Bespoke Papercut Applied Art for a Japanese wedding.
We came up with the original concept of a key nameplate and a keyhole on the Dinner Menu Sleeve,
symbolising the bond between two people coming together. The sleeve also features a shape which is a
heart when upright and a spade when flipped around.
The second Sleeve at first glance appears to be an endless bouquet of roses but when observed with
care one notices two figures standing in the centre.
All the Paper Art pieces are intended for reuse. The sleeve jackets are the exact size of modern Manga novels
and the key is naturally a whimsical bookmark.
Concepts by Paper Artist, Nahoko Kojima