Das Fitness-Studio „Sport Life“ distributed in Ukraine this creative direct mail. The sender wanted to attract this way the sluggish population, To do sport. For this purpose they created together with the team Geometry Global a Origami-Instructions. With this then you could transform the illustration of a corpulent man with a few simple steps in an athlete. Under the motto „It’s all in your hands“ is to be demonstrated, that one has his health in their own hands and it just needs little effort, To keep fit.
The Department of Glove and Boots This delightful pun to Thor and crafts. The Mighty Thor, Gott des Donners, against a small piece of paper.
- Take a square piece of paper and fold it in half to form a rectangle
- Then folds to the paper again in the half, to obtain a square
- Will getting a bit confused about the remaining steps and study the manual
- Become angry and zerknüll the paper
- Mach to the next, what you have done, before this post
Now that's worth a little Wow, or? Developed by MIT and the Technical University of Munich. To find out more about the little guy in this article.
The paper-Art the Vietnamese Origami-Artists Hoàng Tiến Quyết is created with a special technique: The wet folds. Drizzled with a little water he gives the otherwise geometric paper turns and waves and spatiality. Impressive small figures, the us Animals show rarely achieved paper Beauty. More of this great paper creations can be found on the Share the artist and in some cases also Buy Etsy.
YouTube Nutzer TheOrigamiVoyueur has itself received in this time-lapse, as he folds a koi from a dollar bill. Simply an amazing transformation of a piece of paper towards a three-dimensional fish. Impressive!
If you want to imitate the, available here the first of the eight parts of the manual.
Origami Time. Craft time and a little craft time has to be sometimes…
Great for tinkering well-known cube, Unfortunately I could not find out, who made this. If you know something, I would be for a Comment grateful…
The right side of the force you have to come! But first you should fold, no hands, but paper:
What you can do from a sheet of paper shows us the Danish artist Peter Callesen, which locks with scissors and skills from a simple piece of white A4 paper, Dancer, Houses, Skeletons and much more makes. Just great!
Commissionde by the advertising agency Nordpol Hamburg I designed the origami models and consulted the stopmotion aswell as the computer animators of this world wide corperate movie that tells the story of the japanese sports brand ASICS. The movie won a Grand Prix at the Eurobest, gold at the New York festival, gold at the London International Awards, silver at the Clio in Miami and two times bronze at ADC Germany.