Wet folding

March 21st, 2011

Another day, another post on origami. Dinh Truong Giang uses a technique called wet folding to produce paper sculptures of animals and people.

My favourites are his animals: foxes, gorillas and owls – even more so when they're miniatures.

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The Origami Lab

March 20th, 2011

Susan Orlean on The Origami Lab:

One of the few Americans to see action during the Bug Wars of the nineteen-nineties was Robert J. Lang, a lanky Californian who was on the front lines throughout, from the battle of the Kabutomushi Beetle to the battle of the Menacing Mantis and the battle of the Long-Legged Wasp. […]

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July 24th, 2009

Amigurumi lemmings.

So cute…

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Egg donation

April 8th, 2009

The Easter Bunny donated his body to science. Funny. Sick. But mostly funny.

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Baby slippers

February 26th, 2009

Baby Slippers. Oh my…

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November 25th, 2008

Exquisite paper sculptures by Elsa Mora.

I adore this one.

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