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20 Examples of Origami Paper Folding by Won Park



Origami is a Japanese art of paper folding. What makes this art different from others, is the skill to use only one piece of paper to make an object/figure. Unlike other arts you cannot cut or glue the paper, which in this case is money. Below we have gathered some mind blowing examples of this skillful art. The creator of these is Won Park. Won Park is currently residing in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is known as the master of Origami, aka the “money folder.” Spending hours of work bending, twisting, and folding, Won Park creates incredible life-like shapes in stunning detail.

Two Dollar Formula 1 Racecar

Two Dollar Angry Bear

Euro “Cockerel” Rooster

One Dollar Koi

Dollar Kois

Euro Eiffel Tower

One Dollar Stag Beetle

One Dollar Camera

Two Dollar Chinese Dragon

One Dollar Crab

Two Dollar Jacket

Two Dollar Spider

One Dollar Scorpion

One Dollar Bat

One Dollar Doctors Visit

One Dollar Stegasaurus

Enterprise Bottom View

Two Dollar X Wing

Two Dollar Bird of Prey

Vader’s Tie and Escorts

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