Sharp knives cut perfectly - so it is "the perfect cut". Ambient posters, China.

OMG stunning!

To advertise their sharp knives, the brand name which I can not read (is it "long term"?) and ad agency "invisible", guangzhou cut really intricate motifs in thick paper posters and hung them in appropriate places.

A door God, a few lucky fish and a gorgeous looking vase inside.
Who said Chinese advertising was naive? This is fantastic! I want some!

Ad agency: invisible


  • adlib
    March 14, 2008 04:13 PM

    This is really stunning work. I want some too.

  • caffeinegoddess
    March 14, 2008 04:26 PM

    Tres magnific!

  • andromeda
    March 14, 2008 04:54 PM


  • Shika
    March 16, 2008 02:57 PM

    These are really beautiful. Impressive work.

  • dynatop
    March 17, 2008 02:35 PM

    looks good, but, fake client and fake execution.
    forthemore, this kind of papercutting is very common in the market. some factory produce thousands for retail during the Chinese New Year.

  • Dabitch
    March 17, 2008 02:54 PM

    Damn, fake client? Obviously I don't know much about Chinese brands, so I don't know. That would suck.

    FYI everyone, submitting spec work here is OK, just TELL US that it's SPEC. Please.

  • Neaner
    March 17, 2008 04:38 PM

    Oh fuck, I was all ready to love this but I can not stand scam ads.

  • andromeda
    March 18, 2008 11:32 AM

    Scam ad? What a shame.

  • tangomania
    March 19, 2008 03:54 PM

    I think it's really bad as I come from China.
    It's even not an idea at all, the traditional paper-cutting stuff is quite common in my country, in the past those craftsmen usually do paper-cutting with scissors, but nowadays, I suppose it's normally not hand-made.
    So what amazed people is just the paper-cutting itself, not the idea, it's so naive to just put a logo on it.

  • AnonymousCoward (not verified)
    November 24, 2012 01:27 AM

    This sucks.

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