By Cory Doctorow at 5:30 pm Thu, Feb 9, 2012
Avi sez, "Shu Sugamata has been making origami spaceships since 1977 and has amassed quite a body of gorgeous work."
I found this when I googled for spaceship..man, this is awesome. I can only make crane from paper..hahaha
Those are amazing. Also check out these needlecraft space probes from the Planetary Society’s Emily Lakdawalla: http://pinterest.com/elakdawalla/space-needlecrafts/
Not going to lie. I didn’t see a spaceship when I first glanced at the banner image. I saw something… quite different.
I love Star Wars and origami- but damn that shit looks HARD. I like the traditional ones more anyway. My 3 faves I know by heart: the classic crane, stellated octahedron, and ninja star.
Does this person have a homepage? Diagrams, crease patterns, anything?
ZOMG – finally checked them out – PUHLEESE tell me he has diagrams. I want to do the Star Destroyer and SR-71 really bad. I wonder if these are done with just one sheet.
Holy awesomeness. I love the SR -71
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