We’ve all attempted to make those lovable small origami swans during some point, though if you’re anything like me, many of those attempts finished in miserable failure. It’s flattering singular to find someone who sees origami as some-more than a infrequent hobby, generally if you’re not unresolved out in Japan.
But if we ramble over to Spain, you’ll come opposite one male who is a loyal master of a craft. Gonzalo García Calvo, origami fan and paper-folding extraordinaire, knows a thing or dual about branch one square of paper into something incredible.
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He loves formulating fluent animals.
But his talent unequivocally doesn’t stop there.
He loves origami since “it’s like a puzzle. You have to pierce a flaps around so that they finish adult wise perfectly, like excellent machinery.”
And things get unequivocally enchanting when he builds small worlds for his creations.
It’s always lovely to see artists spin ancient techniques into something code new. And there’s some-more where that came from, so be certain to check out a rest of his work on Flickr.