H.C. Andersen's fairy tales are among the best known stories in the world, his paper clip is as famous in his homeland - Denmark. Throughout his life was H.C. Andersen depended on the paper. He wrote on it, he drew on it - and he used it to cut in.
The paper cutting was not intended to be a delight to the eye, but also a challenge for the mind. Often there was a hidden meaning paper clip - in the same way, as we know from fairy tales: on the surface it should be able to entertain - in depth would astound. Some paper cuts are pure picture puzzle or rebus, others are icons that combine to represent a linguistic symbol.
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