By Caroline Fenton, Associated PressThe art, designed by Australian photographer James O’Sullivan, features a human hand with a sharpened scissors protruding from its palm.
Its makers say the art is a modern day homage to the work of Japanese artist Hayao Miyazaki.
O’Sullivan’s art is an unusual way of selling the scissors’ popularity as a trend piece.
The trend is largely confined to the Japanese market, where people have grown accustomed to watching people using them.
The art is also sold online, through websites like Fiverr and through art dealers such as Gagosian Gallery.
It has gained some notoriety online in recent weeks after it went viral on the popular social media site Reddit and has been picked up by outlets like The Atlantic and The New Yorker.
The artist’s work is a work of art and the product is not a novelty, says Mr. O’ Sullivan, who lives in Sydney.
It’s not a piece of art for everyone.
I think that’s the most important thing to remember, he says.
I don’t think it’s the ultimate art, and I think it doesn’t mean anything to you if you don’t like it.
It’s an art.
But it’s also a way of communicating something, which is an important thing in the world today.
Art, in particular, is important in terms of social and cultural transmission, says Michael Dittmar, a professor of creative writing at Sydney University.
Art sells itself as a way to connect people, he adds.
The popularity of art has been on the rise for a while.
The number of art exhibitions in Australia increased from 2,200 in 2008 to more than 15,000 in 2014, according to the Australian Art Gallery.
There were more than 9,000 art galleries and galleries of international significance in Australia in 2014.
Art sales account for about 30 percent of Australia’s economy, according the Australian Chamber of Commerce.
The average sales price of a painting or sculpture is around $6,500.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics says the population is growing.
The population of Sydney has more than doubled since 2000.
The art is seen as a means to create a social connection, according David Leung, a lecturer in art history at the University of NSW.
Art is the social experience.
Art that is in a place that is part of the social fabric is an expression of that social experience, he said.
The artists claim their art is not about the art itself, but is intended to be a conversation starter.
But it has drawn attention from people who think it is.
People have become more accustomed to seeing people using scissors in their hands and a lot of people are thinking, ‘Oh, they’re doing this, they might as well be showing off a piece,’ says Mr O’Neill.
‘And they’re not.’
The art can also be a way for the artist to show people what he or she has learned about people and art in general, Mr. Dittmars said.
Art is also a message, he added.
People often use the word ‘art’ to describe the work, but what they’re really saying is, ‘It’s a way that I can express myself in a way.’
This is an art that is an opportunity for a person to share their story, Mr Dittmus said.
This is not just a way in which they express themselves.