Origami on Walls

Origami Graffiti by Mademoiselle Maurice (2)
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French artist Mademoiselle Maurice has created outdoor works of art using hundreds of origami roses, windmills, and more. Her work is a tribute to Sadako Sasaki who is “remembered through the story of attempting to fold a thousand origami cranes before her death, and is to this day is a symbol of innocent victims of war.” [1]

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1. "Sadako Sasaki." Wikipedia. Retrieved on June 3rd, 2012.

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