Origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, has come a long way and has evolved. And one of those leading this change is origami artist, Jo Nakashima, who has gained popularity for his shape-shifting origami sculptures.
It had to happen sooner or later…yes, origami being mated with geometry! It’s thanks to Anna Kruhelska, visual artist and a practicing architect, who developed this unique style. She’s an expert in art and design and uses her expertise and creativity to create origami in geometric patterns.
Most of us are familiar with origami, the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, where you take a piece of paper and fold it into various shapes creating birds, animals and what have you. In origami, you work with a separate sheet of paper. But can you ever imagine folding pages of a book without …
Mariano Zavala, based in Lima, Peru, has taken the Japanese traditional art of origami a notch higher. This amazing artist creates life-like animals, birds, insects, mythological creatures and what not. And what’s surprising is he’s completely self-taught.
If you are a bird lover or bird watcher or are even pleased with the colourful plumes of these feathered friends, then you will certainly love the miniature papercut birds created by the duo of Nayan and Vaishali. The gorgeous details inculcated in these miniature birds are simply incredible!