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Origami Stop Motion by Sipho Mabona

Remember those origami examples and how tos? Here’s a simple but illuminating stop motion animation of a car being made out of one sheet of newsprint to help visualize some more complex folding! Also check out a pre-made origami Rhino unfolding:

Both pieces feature the work of origami artist, Sipho Mabona, who has an installation of origami locusts (made from sheets of money) at the Japanese American National Museum in LA until August 26, 2012.

via This is Colossal.

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