Origami T-Shirt

I came across this origami T-shirt today. It shows a book that is falling apart - the pages are flowing away, and folding themselves to some origami models. And because a picture can say more than thousand words:
T-shirt Fly Away
The T-shirt is on sale today at http://riptapparel.com/, so you can purchase it for a mere $10. They ship internationally, and feature a different T-shirt every day. So if you like it, today's the day to buy it.

Tang Yau Hoong designed the pattern, and he seems to be a friend of origami. He also made a design featuring a parrot on a paper clip.

Anyway, thought I'd share this little gem with you. Happy wearing!

Comments

I really like that design, it

I really like that design, it has kind of a "circle of life" thing going for it. Really very pretty, I would definitely wear one. Amy

Looks really nice know,

Looks really nice know, unfortunately I do not like wear clothes so

cute

good way to come out to the whole world about your origami fetish

Where can I buy such

Where can I buy such T-shirts? I'm fascinated by the art of origami. Watched a documentary not long ago and would like to do smth on my own. It is so cool!

Not sure

The T-shirt was on sale for only one day. But I think you can start with origami without buying the shirt. :)

-- Sara

This is so nice :)

Hi I like this T-shirt...! thumps up!

Yaa nice

yaaa looking good
and i think comfortable
great.

Cool T-Shirt

This is the most cool T-Shirt I have ever seen and bought!!! Top quality fabrics, intresting design, I would highly recomend to everyone who likes people commenting on their clothes.

u cant buy it anymore

its 2 bad i cant buy the shirt now that its gone forever because u can only buy it in 1 day. :(

heh...cherishing memories

A few years ago at my school in my reading textbook, there was actually a picture that was slightly similar to the one you posted. Except(i don't remember much)that instead of a book, it was just a large pile of paper and instead of different origami models, the paper turned into birds.

Awesome post!

Thanks for the post happyfolding.com!

I once time gave my girlfriend a bouquet of origami roses, that was kind of fun, it still took about 30 minutes to make each one even when I got "good" at it! hahah

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