Jun Mitani is a professor of computer science at the University of Tsukuba who has an incredible knack for paper folding. With the help of algorithms and computer software that he’s developed, he is able to create these 3D origami pieces.

Jun Mitani Is A Paper Magician: Constructing Unbelievable Origami Forms. Mitani is an associate professor at the Department of Computer Science, University of Tsukuba. His specialty is geometric modeling in the field of computer graphics.

Origami Yoda  OOOHH i want to do this!!!!

21 Origami Pieces That Make a Fold Statement

The Force is strong with this one. The Force of awesomeness that is. This Origami Yoda is some next level Jedi paper folding. Sure you could buy a Star War

andrew's blog: The Genius of Elsa Mora

❄ White - Elsa Mora is a Cuban born artist who makes all of her papercut pieces by hand, one cut at a time, using an X-Acto knife, a self-healing cutting mat, and paper.

Origami fox by Giang Dinh - YouTube

Dinh Truong Giang, Origami artist, creates these wonderful animal paper sculptures using wet fold origami technique.

Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen

Funny pictures about Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen. Also, Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen.

Paper, Tahiti Pehrson, Artist, Polyhedra, 2012, paper cut

Paper Cut Artist Tahiti Pehrson's works pay homage to Guilloché patterns, which is a system used to produce a complex series of geometrical patterns which can be seen on currency throughout the world.

Waterbomb tessellation | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Math Craft Inspiration of the Week: The Origami Tessellations of Eric Gjerde

The best origami owl I've ever seen!

DIY OWL origami, paper folding, paper craft - need to try this one! I know how to make an origami owl but this one looks even more realistic.

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Origami (from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper"; kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which