It is a common phenomenon that people, in nervous situations, scratch off the label of their beer bottle. Origami label is about making something constructive out of this situation. If you follow the indications on the label, you can fold it into a flower.
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Isaac Salazar, an accountant born in Texas, brings back life to old books by creating interesting pieces of book origami. It’s his way of recycling a book that might otherwise end up in a landfill. He has been creating these for almost 2 years now. His books first started out simple and have recently become more intricate.
A Dutch artist Bert Simons takes paper folding art into the whole new level by creating these hyper-realistic 3D paper sculptures, and the best part is that you can build a 3D Bert portrait yourself! Print the 12 pages on thick (80 grams) paper and start making your own personal Bert.
Almost any laminar material can be used for folding, but usually it’s a plain paper. However, as we (humans and pandas) are very creative, it was not long before paper money became a popular material to create origami with – this is known variously as Dollar Origami, Orikane, and Money Origami.