Tissue Animals (by OjiNepia)

Created by Yuki Ariga for Japanese paper manufacturer Nepia this lovely animated short features a cavalcade of delicately folded tissue paper animals. If you’re interested, here’s the making of video.

Dollar Bill Koi by craigfoldsfives
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Dollar Bill Koi by craigfoldsfives

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Hiromu Kira
A Pattern
1928
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Hiromu Kira

A Pattern

1928

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Origami by Sipho Mabona

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Origami by Mabona Origami

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MABONA ORIGAMI in collaboration with SIMON+KIM

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Origami (2012) (by ESMA MOVIES)

Bernie Peyton, origami as a scientific quest
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Origami Font by Guan Pucha 
Chinese characters constructed with folding paper:
Character and paper, paper and character.Through the special method of paper folding to make the covert from paper to character, this is feasible for the Chinese character that with long history and complicated.
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Chinese characters constructed with folding paper:
Character and paper, paper and character.Through the special method of paper folding to make the covert from paper to character, this is feasible for the Chinese character that with long history and complicated.
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Chinese characters constructed with folding paper:
Character and paper, paper and character.Through the special method of paper folding to make the covert from paper to character, this is feasible for the Chinese character that with long history and complicated.
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Origami Font by Guan Pucha 

Chinese characters constructed with folding paper:

Character and paper, paper and character.
Through the special method of paper folding to make the covert from paper to character, this is feasible for the Chinese character that with long history and complicated.

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DIY Book Page Origami Butterfly

Tutorial from Todolwen here

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ORI-REVO 
Free desktop app to design and create abstract origami:
I was so impressed by the art of folding techniques developed by forerunners that I stepped out into the world of origami. The software ORI-REVO presented here was developed for the purpose of exploring new origami figures by using a computer. The shapes generated with ORI-REVO are based on the surface of revolution. Not only shapes similar to packages for cakes we sometimes see, but also shapes which have curved surfaces are designed with this software. The shapes include that of several artworks known as Chris K. Palmer’s PolyPouches, Jeannine Mosely’s Bud, and Robert J. Lang’s Rimpot which are published ahead of my development. I would like to show my respect for these pioneers. Geometrically artistic figures will be rediscover and newly-discover through trials. The above photos are some of examples designed with this tool. You can see other beautiful examples on the author’s Flickr.
Here is a demonstration video of the application in use:

Information, links and downloads can be found at the ORI-REVO site here.Discovered via the excellent Tumblr blog of DVDP
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Free desktop app to design and create abstract origami:
I was so impressed by the art of folding techniques developed by forerunners that I stepped out into the world of origami. The software ORI-REVO presented here was developed for the purpose of exploring new origami figures by using a computer. The shapes generated with ORI-REVO are based on the surface of revolution. Not only shapes similar to packages for cakes we sometimes see, but also shapes which have curved surfaces are designed with this software. The shapes include that of several artworks known as Chris K. Palmer’s PolyPouches, Jeannine Mosely’s Bud, and Robert J. Lang’s Rimpot which are published ahead of my development. I would like to show my respect for these pioneers. Geometrically artistic figures will be rediscover and newly-discover through trials. The above photos are some of examples designed with this tool. You can see other beautiful examples on the author’s Flickr.
Here is a demonstration video of the application in use:

Information, links and downloads can be found at the ORI-REVO site here.Discovered via the excellent Tumblr blog of DVDP
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ORI-REVO 

Free desktop app to design and create abstract origami:

I was so impressed by the art of folding techniques developed by forerunners that I stepped out into the world of origami. The software ORI-REVO presented here was developed for the purpose of exploring new origami figures by using a computer. The shapes generated with ORI-REVO are based on the surface of revolution. Not only shapes similar to packages for cakes we sometimes see, but also shapes which have curved surfaces are designed with this software. The shapes include that of several artworks known as Chris K. Palmer’s PolyPouches, Jeannine Mosely’s Bud, and Robert J. Lang’s Rimpot which are published ahead of my development. I would like to show my respect for these pioneers. Geometrically artistic figures will be rediscover and newly-discover through trials.
The above photos are some of examples designed with this tool. You can see other beautiful examples on the author’s Flickr.

Here is a demonstration video of the application in use:

Information, links and downloads can be found at the ORI-REVO site here.
Discovered via the excellent Tumblr blog of DVDP

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Following Jun Mitani’s flickr photostream of his beautiful origami forms for a while. Check out his own design tool too. Here I found an interview.

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