Graphic designer and origami artist Yosuke Hasegawa folds paper bills in such a way that the person on the bill ends up wearing a headgear. He’s even made trading cards of his moneygami.
Multi-talented artist Brian Chan from the MIT Hobby shop has created a wonderful award-winning collection of complex, intricate origami insects, made from uncut, single sheets of paper.
Artist Etienne Cliquet creates intricate paper cut designs, which measure less than an inch wide, then unfold (and fold) to form new shapes as water gradually invades the paper via capillary action.
Takauki Hori printed these skeletons of endangered species onto translucent paper. When flat, they just look like a bunch of random bones, but properly assembled, they form a 3-dimensional skeleton.
Papercraft can often be pretty simplistic, but Brian Chan’s intricate creations were all made by folding alone; not a single cut was made on any of them. We want the WALL-E one for our office.
We all know the value of a dollar at this point, but sometimes it’s good to see the less serious side of money, so please enjoy the creative stylings of this dollar bill origami art. (Thanks, Stephanie!)