Origami

Origami

Russia
Contemporary origami artist. Her interest continued to increase as she began her studies at Lomonosov Moscow State University as a student of mathematics and cybernetics. It was then that she began inventing her own unique, modular origami models.
United Kingdom
365 Origami crane project serving as an open diary, turned into Senbazuru, or 1000 origami cranes.
Serbia
Organic folded paper and copper and cast metal sculptures. Inspirated by Mathematics.
United States
Abstract paper sculptures revealing the dynamic lines of organic forms including ocean, bird, and plant life through their architecture and hidden mathematical beauty.
Haiti
Masks, compositions evoking nature, bowed characters (toilet paper rolls figures), aerial light sculptures, installations using origami technics.
Website: oznoon fr
United States
Origami's masks and tessellations, based on an elaborate grid first folded into a hexagon-shaped piece of paper.
Vietnam
Original expressive origami using Dó a Vietnamese handmade paper.
Website: flickr
France
Lifelike and complex sculpted modern origami paper models, has been among the finest origami masters in the world.
Japan
Considered to be the grandmaster of modern origami, with realistic appearance, he created more than 50,000 models. Pioneer of many different origami techniques such as wet-folding, he rose origami from a craft to a living art.
Website: wikipedia
Japan
Abstract folded paper sculptures and reliefs in order to link the past with future generations considering the pursuit of any possibility and forms of folding paper. Made with single white sheets of handmade paper known as kyokushi.
Switzerland
Origamis covering a great range of different styles from very intricate representational designs to abstract geometrical shapes. Installations.
United Kingdom
Kirigami & paper art, cuted & folded architectural replicas of movies scenes and especially from horror movies.
France
Paper embrodry street art, origami, installation.
Lebanon
Animates ordinary things & cardboard furniture.
Germany
Paper & Carboard Sculpture, social & politic happenings.
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