The Flight of Pegasus

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View a selection of origami animals and imaginary creatures made by Shuki Kato.

Notes about the artist (from bio published at Flickr):

I’ve been folding continuously ever since I bought my first origami book, Origami Sea Life, in 1999, however I folded paper airplanes ever since I can remember. I’m 21 years old.

I work primarily with foil, wrapping and tracing paper, but I just recently got a hold of some Thai Unryu and Tant paper. For most of my models I apply a wet finish (spray the finished base with water to flatten) and then shape the model.

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Adriana de Barros

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Adriana is the Webby Award-winning designer, editor of Scene360 magazine, and author of "Tat'oo" book. Acquiring 20 years of writing experience in fine arts, Adriana has dedicated her time to documenting tattooists' lives and work and publishing on Inked, Skin Deep, Tattoo Life, and more. Follow the author @ Instagram and view more articles.

September 8, 2011 Animals Art Origami Paper Art