Origami from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper", which originated in Japan in the early-half of the 16th century, is now one of the most popular forms of creative expression.
This art of paper folding was popularized outside Japan in the mid 1900s and has since evolved into a modern art form.
Origami starts with a flat sheet of material and transformed into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting tecniques so the use of cuts or glue isn’t considered Origami.
The number of basic folds are small but they can be combined in a lot of ways to produce intricate designs.
The principles of Origami are also beings used in stents, packaging and other engineering structures.
really nice art, i can made aeroplane, helicopter, caterpillars, boats, etc etc,
thanx for sharing
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