Sitting back with a good book is a popular way to help relieve stress. But artist Tauba Auerbach has created an incredibly intricate pop-up book, devoid of any words, that will totally relax you simply by opening and closing each page. Watching these 2D pages transform into 3D structures is better than tending to an…
Want to make an origami Discworld for your desk? The tumblr Folds Within Folds has a post all about how to make one.
Need a pick-me-up this morning? Know that, somewhere in the world, there are origami cranes capable of performing synchronized dance numbers across an electromagnetic stage, and that life is kind of amazing.
The sad and sweet short film Origami may be 2D-animated, but its subject, a paper boat living in a toy store, is perfect for a Pixar film, especially when the little boat embarks on a grand journey.
Origami artist Sipho Mabona and his crew spent four weeks carefully folding a 50-by-50-foot sheet of paper into a 10-foot-tall elephant sculpture, showing the artistic potential of a single sheet of paper.
Alma Haser's Cosmic Surgery series is a bizarre take on portraiture. She photographs people, then makes origami structures out of pictures of their faces, then places the origami on top of the original portrait, creating a strange and fascinating blend of two- and three-dimensional images.
Marc Hagan-Guirey a.k.a Paper Dandy, creates spooky scenes using nothing but paper and scissors. Employing the paper cutting art of kirigami, his "Horrorgami" sculptures recreate haunted houses from classic horror films, and are then blacklit with a spooky glow.
Watch origami TIE fighters battle it out in the best Star Wars tribute video we've seen in ages — created by Moleskine in celebration of their cool new Star Wars journals.