Artist Yuki Tatsumi created Japanese Tip, an installation of the 8,000 origami “tips” left by customers at restaurants.
Origamist Leyla Torres of Origami Spirit interviews paper crane enthusiast Cristian Marianciuc, and their lovely conversation covers a cool project that Marianciuc started over 1,000 days ago: creating a super-fancy paper crane each day.
“This rainy season not only play with paper boat but also a paper umbrella. How to fold an origami umbrella.” Here’s Priti Sharma using scissors, which technically makes it not origami, I believe. • Origami Umbrella : That Open and Closes (new) (YouTube / Surprise Toys)
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