"Seahorse" by Eric Joisel (15 November 1956—10 October 2010), a French origami artist who specialized in the wet-folding method, creating figurative art sculptures using sheets of paper and water, without the use of any adhesive or scissors. Site: ericjoisel.com
Brian Li and team, ‘WORDS CAN FLY A THOUSAND MILES’ The project provides aid to people in Fukushima, Japan suffering from the aftermath of the natural disasters and nuclear plant crisis. The design was inspired by the Japanese traditional custom, Senbazuru, which means a group of a thousand origami cranes where it is customary to fold these cranes to wish someone luck.
Origami Tessellated Masks by Joel Cooper Reared by origami tradition, paper artist Joel Cooper creates these elaborately detailed tessellated masks out of a single sheet of paper! These masks are dyed, stained and then treated with polyurethane, acrylic or shellac to make them more durable. Joel folds all of these masks himself, they are one-of-a-kind and some can be purchased on Etsy.
Mademoiselle Maurice is an artist based out of France whose work is shown here. “Rainbow” is her latest installation, which covers the streets of Paris with bursts of color consisting of thousands of colorful origami paper paper that is folded, then glued to portray these lovely sculptural prismic shapes.