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Stunning works of origami art

Seen anything as creative as September smoke crane? (Photo: BoredPanda)

Seen anything as creative as September smoke crane?

Place this paper art in your room or study inspired from Shaun the Sheep.(Photo: BoredPanda)

Place this paper art in your room or study inspired from Shaun the Sheep
This origami violin will only make you want to learn this instrument more.  (Photo: BoredPanda)

This origami violin will only make you want to learn this instrument more.

Have you ever seen foxes as good looking as them?  (Photo: BoredPanda)

Have you ever seen foxes as good looking as them?

This mammoth reminds us of Manny from Ice Age. (Photo: BoredPanda)

This mammoth reminds us of Manny from Ice Age.

Wish you could play this origami grand piano? (Photo: BoredPanda)

Wish you could play this origami grand piano?

 Who would have thought that a paper kiwi could look so real. (Photo: BoredPanda)

Who would have thought that a paper kiwi could look so real.

 

In Japan, this work of art has become a symbol of peace. But did you know that Origami isn’t a Japanese invention?

In ancient time people in Japan used marked and cut papers. This thing was also mentioned in a poem from 1680.

Some 100 years later in Europe, a teacher thought kindergarten children maths by folding papers for easier understanding of the mathematical forms.

This system was later imported to Japan after 1860 and that’s how modern origami came become an art form.

How creative are you with papers?

Here’ we bring you some of beautiful paper creations. Tell us which one is you favourite origami art!

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