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Origami unfolds itself in water
posted May 19 2011 20:28.43 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Origami is a traditional Japanese art, made of paper and paper only, folded to make several things such as birds, flowers etc. So, when we think of Origami, we usually think of folding. This video from Etienne Cliquet shows the opposite: An Origami unfolds itself when it is gently placed on the surface of water. Great video.



[Via: ponoko]    [Link: Etienne Cliquet]
Tags: Origami   artistic   trick   creative   
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