Craig Tinsky is an innovative visual artist raised in Miami and living in Washington DC. His methods push the medium of papercut art resulting in works that look like paintings, screen prints, etchings, and photographs. Drawing inspiration from black and white photography as well as digital pixelation, Craig created a style called Ribbon-Halftone. He cuts meticulously measured and shaped choppy, wavy ribbons into sheets of paper, producing portraits so similar to photographs that they appear to show tiny details such as individual hairs and faint facial wrinkles. Upon close inspection, there seem to be no sharp or even discernible images.