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Marc Hagan-Guirey isn’t your average Star Wars fan. Combining his love of film with Kirigami, the unique Japanese art form of paper cutting, the British artist creates mind-blowingly intricate scenes from a single piece of paper.

Using a scalpel, Hagan-Guirey painstakingly makes hundreds of tiny cuts create 3D scenes from famous movies. And with the latest in the Star Wars franchise just around the corner, Hagan-Guirey was inspired to design several key moments form the franchise with this insanely cool technique.

“I was a bit too young to catch them in the cinema the first time ’round, but my older brother by five years was the right age,” Hagan-Guirey said to Wired. “For that reason Star Wars has always been part of my life. I guess I was sort of indoctrinated into it.”

It’s unbelievable that these pieces weren’t machine cut or spit out of a 3D printer, but rather meticulously carved by hand.

Beautiful, right? Here’s a look at some of his work prior to “Cut Scene”:

Hagan-Guirey is hoping to turn his artwork into an exhibition and launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise enough funds.