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The intricate, elegant cranes of origami artist Cristian Marianciuc, who perfected the artsy making one a day since 2015.

He’s since regulated the process, spending days rather than hours on designs that he posts here and sells here.


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Polygons – a very nifty origami-style measuring spoon that folds into four different volumes depending on how you pick it up, flattening out to allow the last sticky remnants to be scraped into the bowl.

Two different sizes, one for teaspoons and one for tablespoons.


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The impressive papercraft of Madrid based musician and artist Gonzalo García Calvo who uses a variety of  different techniques to create animals and objects designed by origami artists.

Many more here.


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Ghostcube is a series of hinged interlocking wooden cubes created by Swedish designer Erik Åberg which can be twisted and folded – origami style – into a seemingly endless array of complex shapes.

Åberg has open-sourced the design in the form of 30 minutes of development and application video that you can download from his site.



When it’s a four panel kinetic sculpture.

The Evolution Door by Austrian designer Klemens Torggler opens and closes at the slightest touch, folding aside like origami, without crushing your fingers in the process (unless perhaps you’re using the steel one).

For now, the Drehplattentür (flip panel door) remains a prototype.


origami-3origami-6 origami-1piggybank origami-2 origamipatternstortoiseHanoi-based artist Nguyễn Hùng Cường creates origami animals (among other things) with a type of Vietnamese handmade paper called Dó.

He’s rather good at it. More of his work here.

Origami by Nguyễn Hùng Cường (All Things Paper)