5 imaginative ways artists use origami
- Five artists use the basic concepts of origami to create mechanical animals, faces, and even giant displays.
- Each creation is made up of specific creases and folds that come together to create shapes or movement.
The following is a transcript of the video.
5 imaginative ways artists use origami. This mechanical origami is called kamikara. Haruki Nakamura is the artist behind these toys. The secret is rubber bands. Ghostkubes are shape-shifting sculptures. They can be manipulated to expand and change shape. Fynn Jackson creates these intricate origami faces. They're made by improvising folds with paper. Once a crease pattern is finalized, he'll create a folding guide. This kinetic display moves like a flock of birds. 400 origami-like sculptures hang from the ceiling. Its movement is based on birds and jellyfish. This origami art shrinks and expands. The folds are based on geometric calculations...Which allow it to expand and contract.