Paper: 42.5cm by 30cm rectangle of Kozo paper, made by Ioana Stoian
Model: 26.5cm by 19.5cm
Today Ulf took care of Felix to leave me a couple of hours to do some origami. Ioana Stoian had given me two sheets of some wonderful Kozo paper, which she had manufactured in Japan - from chopping down the trees all the way to producing the final sheet of paper.
It was clear to me I had to fold something special from it. It also screamed tessellation, because I wanted to preserve the deckle edge. I thought about which model to fold from this paper for a while, and ended up with a tiled version of Shuzo Fujimoto's Hydrangea.
I also decided to color the paper with Faber-Castell Art Grip Aquarelle (colors 152, 143, 137, 139). I was a bit nervous about this, as I only had two sheets, and I didn't want to destroy the paper. Thankfully, it worked well, and I like the effect the colors have. (For inspiration I'd used this image.)
This video is sped up by factor 60 - so one minute of video corresponds to one hour of actual folding.
Submitted by asterisk* ... (not verified) on 2 July 2014 - 9:38pm Permalink
What music did you use for this video?
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