Can you believe it has been 20 years since the first Harry Potter movie got out? It seems like it was yesterday when the magic world from J. K. Rowling’s books graced the big screen and made us all secretly hope that we might get an acceptance letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
In order to mark the franchise’s 20th anniversary, talented paper artist Kristy Edgar recently presented a series of paper art creations that celebrate the Harry Potter universe in a unique way. Her beautifully crafted and impressively on-point pieces have our beloved characters doing what they do best and include Harry and Ron stuck with the car on the Whomping Willows, Hermione studying, and Snape cooking up some potions.
“It’s always been a series that I’ve loved, grown up with, and hold dear to my heart, but I knew it would be a challenge,” said Edgar, who has been creating paper art for the past eight years, about the project. “In making this series, I was able to grow creatively, use new techniques and supplies that I’ve never used before, and pay homage to a magical world that defined my childhood.”
Check out more of her Harry Potter paper art below.