The Outstanding Art of Origami with 30 Inspiring Examples

Nearly all of us have listened about origami art which is the traditional Japanese art of folding paper. The word origami was originated from two words, to be precise, ori meaning folding and kami meaning paper. Origami has existed for quite a lot of hundred years and at present is believed a fresh form of art. This art has been most acknowledged for a number of time-honored figures, in particular cranes. However there is so much more to it than merely traditional needs.
Here is a collection of the best of what we liked & have collected over a period of time of Origami art. We hope you like this collection. Your comments are always more than welcome. Enjoy!

We have already published few articles about Origami Artworks, may be you are also interested in them:

10 Astonishing Examples of Origami Artworks
15 Fabulous Examples of Origami Inspired logo

King Cobra


Camera

Water Buffalo

Origami Swan

Tigger

peacock

Origami Scorpion

Peacock

Origami

Origami

Origami

Origami Crumpling style Shrooms

Origami Humming Bird

Divine Dragon

Yoda

Ancient Dragon

Praying Mantis

Dollar Bill Crane

High Heels Shoe

Horse “walking”ver

Elephant

Rabbit

Crow

Ringed-tailed lemur

En la Península Valdés-Argentina

Miss Souris

Banana, by Andrew Hudson

Oribana – Paper Flower Arrangement

BOS 40th – Exhibition

Hippocampus

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