Some nice origami
February 25, 2002 9:35 PM   Subscribe

Some nice origami
posted by rdr (9 comments total)
'nuff said- tho "amazing" might be a better word than "nice" :)
posted by elphTeq at 10:19 PM on February 25, 2002

"amazing" might be a better word

I must agree. He has a link to a more comprehensive page of his origami here.
posted by crasspastor at 10:32 PM on February 25, 2002

do a google search for modular origami sometime for more cool, and different origami.
posted by tayknight at 10:34 PM on February 25, 2002

I used to work with Joseph at DNA Multimedia here in Vancouver. It was really interesting to hear him talk about all the places he has gone to do origami. And also how much some of his paper costs.

Its an interesting process to see go from planning to final execution. Certainly nothing I'd ever have the patience for :-)
posted by pixelgeek at 10:34 PM on February 25, 2002

Absolutely fabulous creations!! Thanks for the link, rdr.
posted by cyniczny at 11:26 PM on February 25, 2002

I could never quite fold the Kawasaki rose quite right - how do these guys come up with these designs? Thinking in folded 3d is beyond me certainly..
posted by Mossy at 3:32 AM on February 26, 2002

Thats some nice folding.

I've been doing origami on and off for the past 13 years (started in second grade).

Its a great time waster, the girls love it, and it relieves stress.

I once started an origami typeface, never finished it though.

Then there is always Erotic Origami.
posted by ewwgene at 7:01 AM on February 26, 2002

Printing out haikus
Printer jams; it's out of ink
Makes Oregami
(I know haikus and one-liners are discouraged, but I've been away for netyears and I always was a deeply superficial kind of guy)
posted by wendell at 10:25 AM on February 26, 2002

This is fabulous work. I was given an origami set in 2nd grade and although I loved the beautiful papers and tried to follow the instructions, all I ever was able to make was a crane. I wish I could have mastered it.
posted by Lynsey at 10:33 PM on February 26, 2002

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