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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Beautiful Paper Sculpturing Artwork - Origami Paper Art

We’ve previously showcased some really cool paper sculpturing artwork; today we are going to show you another type of paper-related artwork. It is something we are all familiar with – Origami. Origami is an art of paper folding, and paper cranes are probably what we’ll thought of when it comes to origami.
Shumakov Origami Kitten
Origami originates from Japan, and in Japanese, Ori means paper, and kami(gami) means folding. There are various types of Origami, respectively action, modular, wet-folding and pureland. Today, we are going to show you some of the best examples of these paper made wonders.
Here’s a showcase of 70 beautiful and creative origami created by fans all over the world. Full list after jump.
Grulla. Designed by Roman Diaz and Daniel Naranjo. Folded from 37*37cm MC treated tissue. (via Kekremsi)
grulla 70 Beautiful Examples of Origami Paper Art
Origami Jedi. Folded by Phillip West from a single uncut square. Modified from Satoshi Kamiya’s Wizard. (via PhillipWest)
origami jedi
Origami Tarantula. A really impressive model designed by Robert Lang, folded from a square of a tissue-foil paper. (via Rodrigo Zen)
Origami Tarantula
Divine Dragon. Masterpieces of origami dragons, famous Bahamut – Divine Dragon by Satoshi Kamiya. Folded by Brian Chan. (via Chosetec)
Origami Dragon
Yoda Origami. Designed by Fumiaki Kawahata. Folded by Phillip West from Lokta sandpaper paper back coated to tissue paper. (via PhillipWest)
Yoda Origami
Ancient Dragon. Designed by Satoshi Kamiya. Wet folded from mulberry tissue 136×136cm. (via Mabona Origami)
Ancient Dragon
Life Size Onitsuka Tiger. Created for Asics lounge in Berlin. This huge origami sculpture dimensions are: 270×110x60cm. (via Mabona Origami)
Life size Onitsuka Tiger
Praying Mantis (female). Designed and folded by Sipho Mabona. Wet folded form one uncut square of shikibu kizukishki kozo (handmade) colored with calligraphic ink. (via Mabona Origami)
Praying Mantis female
Gryphon. Interesting and complex example of gryphon origami. Folded from two types of paper, which makes this a very furnace origami. (via Guspath)
Gryphon
Werewolf. Another great example of origami by Guspath. Folded from 50cm square golden foil paper. (via Guspath)
Werewolf
Little Bird. Sweet yellow bird. Designed by Kamiya Satoshi, folded by Sin cynic. (via Sin cynic)
Little Bird
Dedalus. Red statue of Daedalus. Designed and folded by Origamirizzo. (via Origamirizzo)
Dedalus
Mammoth. This model was folded from diagrams. Designed by Satoshi Kamiya. (via Finwych)
Mammoth
Ringed Tailed Lemur. Folded from MC treated black tissue. Designed and folded by Origami Roman. (via Origami Roman)
Ringed Tailed Lemur
Vampire Bat. Vampire bat by Dao Cuong Quyet. Folded from 60cm square paper. (via Baldorigami)
Vampire bat
Phoenix. Phoenix origami at the exhibition in Toronto Airport. Created by Chow Hin Chung, folded by Alex Yue (via Sftrajan)
Phoenix
Fox . Folded from CP in tanteidan magazine 119. (via KingOri)
Fox
Chimpance. Designed and folded by Tanaka Masashi, folded from CP. (via Alexori)
Chimpance
Water Buffalo. Designed by Nguyen Hung Cuong, folded by Sin cynic. (via Sin cynic)
Water Buffalo
Minotaur. Designed by Satoshi Kamiya, folded by Imperfekshun from 64×64 cm tissue foil. (via Imperfekshun)
Minotaur
Whale. Designed by Satoshi Kamiya, folded by Eric Madrigal from brown 40×40 cm paper with acrylic paints. (via Eric Madrigal)
Whale
Hermit Crab Origami. Folded by Brian Chan from a square of laminated Japanese mulberry paper. (via Chosetec)
Hermit crab origami
Owl. Designed by Katsuta Kyohei. Origami size is 50×50 cm. (via Vetal Origami)
Owl
Reindeer. Designed by Katsuta Kyohei. Folded from brown paper. (via Vetal Origami)

1 comment:

Vania Moreira said...

They are all amazing! I loved the Yoda one, so cute!

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