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Fri, 15 May, 2015

This artist takes traditional origami to another level

This artist takes traditional origami to another level

Vietnamese origami artist, Hoang Tien Quyet, has breathed some life and realism into the traditional folding technique of origami. Called “wet-folding”, the difficult technique allows Quyet to manipulate the paper to include hair and skin folds, thereby creating amazingly life-like sculptures of animals – simply out of paper!

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Artist uses a special folding technique to give these animal origami sculptures their curves

Artist uses a special folding technique to give these animal origami sculptures their curves

Artist uses a special folding technique to give these animal origami sculptures their curves

Artist uses a special folding technique to give these animal origami sculptures their curves

Find more information about Quyet's work on his Facebook

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