Vietnamese paper artist Nguyễn Hùng Cường does with folded paper what some artists do with, say, a paintbrush or pencil. His highly expressive form of origami is really remarkable. Featuring mostly animals, Cường’s body of work is like a masterclass in the art of paper folding. The level of detail he achieves is really quite exceptional. Check out some past origami posts (here and here).

Via Flickr

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3 Comments

  1. L. Marie on June 21, 2013 at 8:21 am

    Oh my word. Those are incredible! My niece likes to make origami swans, but these would blow her mind.



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