Saturday, December 19

Dollar Origami


















Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding.

The goal of this art is to create a representation of an

object using geometric folds and crease patterns preferably

without the use of gluing or cutting the paper, and using

only one piece of paper.

Won Park is the master of Origami. He is also called the

"money folder", a practitioner of origami whose canvas is

the United States One Dollar Bill. Bending, twisting, and

folding, he creates life-like shapes in stunning detail.

I think they are all stunning, but my favorites are the crab, the fish and the scorpion! Which one do you like?

12 comments:

Gilly said...

I love the fish, and the ?shark! So clever, especially from a dollar bill! I'm afraid my fingers are far too stiff, and anyway, if I am honest, were never much good at intricate stuff like that!

Don't think I could bring myself to use a 5BP note to do origami - that would be about $7 or $8. (We have coins below that denomination.)

Jo said...

I think I like the crab, the butterfly and the scorpion.

These are absolutely wonnnnnderful...!

rosemary said...

I like them all...I'd like to have a shirt/coat made of money.

Loren said...

Finally, a good use for money!

Kay Dennison said...

You want me to choose????? Impossible?

Star said...

That is more than I get from a dollar.
I like all of your choices, plus the duck.

Peter said...

G'day Judy, that's about all a dollar is good for now-a-days.
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas my friend and that 2010 is all you wish for.

Barbara aka Layla said...

Those are great!

LL Cool Joe said...

I loved doing Origami as a child. They are all brilliant.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

There are some neat things there and worth more than the original dollar.

colleen said...

I like the suit and the butterfly best. Rich!

dennisthemennis.co.uk said...

I absolutely love that fish!