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Transforming Paper Into Art

Children all over the world learn to fold paper planes and boats in their elementary school. This craft of paper folding dates back to 100 AD, when it started in China and spread to Japan by 600 AD. It is from there where it evolved into what we today know as origami. The word originated from the Japanese words “ori” and “kami”, meaning folding and paper respectively.

Unlike common perceptions, origami is not only a hobby for children, but it is practised by people of all ages. It has many useful benefits, and it is also a great source of entertainment and enjoyment for the folders. The pleasure of transforming a plain piece of paper in to a three dimensional beautiful art form can be very satisfying and joyous.

The interest in origami continues to increase even today, intriguing people all around the world. I’m intrigued as well, and here’s what I’ve folded…

All the models were folded with 8.5″X8.5″ plain coloured papers, and no tape, glue, or scissor were used unless otherwise specified. Hope you guys like them!

Origami - Transforming Paper Into Art

This blog post is dedicated to grandmaster of origami, Akira Yoshizawa. Today is his 101st birthday and 7th death anniversary. Google’s doodle to mark this day:

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  • I’m simply amazed by this page!! 🙂
    though you’ve mentioned who the designers are, I’m sure it requires a lot of skill and dedication to do something like this!… and I’m glad to know about this wonderful side of yours! 🙂

  • your origami is awesome!!i am a big fan of origami and if it’s not too much trouble can i ask you about something??

  • i can’t find origami paper anywhere,and i really feel the need of it when i am making an complex origami like origami dragon.so,can you please give me any information from where i can buy it??

  • Uposhonghar: I ordered a stack of 500 papers from eBay, all the ones you see here were made with them. I couldn’t find any good quality papers in Dhaka, all are rubbish and not suitable for making origami. If you have pictures of your work online, then please let me know the link.

  • i really don’t know how to order in ebay or what is the requirement.so can you tell me how can i do that !!