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CalendarisGruesHiroshima

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Origami illustrations transformed into beautiful GIFs

Origami illustrations transformed into beautiful GIFs

An Origami ‘Transformers’ Ad You Can Fold Into A Plane And Then A Robot - DesignTAXI.com

An Origami ‘Transformers’ Ad You Can Fold Into A Plane And Then A Robot - DesignTAXI.com

Origami  Japan Map Shaped From Origami Birds — Vector EPS #origami #birds • Available here → https://graphicriver.net/item/origami-japan-map-shaped-from-origami-birds/409196?ref=pxcr

Origami - Japan Map Shaped From Origami Birds

Origami Japan Map Shaped From Origami Birds — Vector EPS #origami #birds • Available here → https://graphicriver.net/item/origami-japan-map-shaped-from-origami-birds/409196?ref=pxcr

▶ Godzilla origami tutorial 哥斯拉摺紙教學 - YouTube

▶ Godzilla origami tutorial 哥斯拉摺紙教學 - YouTube

These are the instructions to make a cute origami Doraemon, the robotic cat from the future!  ⬇ more info ⬇ Get a FREE printable origami paper pack: http://...

These are the instructions to make a cute origami Doraemon, the robotic cat from the future! ⬇ more info ⬇ Get a FREE printable origami paper pack: http://...

Resultado de imagen para fold mini notes book

Resultado de imagen para fold mini notes book

How to fold: Star Corona Grande (Maria Sinayskaya) | Nekkoart

How to fold: Star Corona Grande (Maria Sinayskaya) | Nekkoart

Sadako Sasaki (1943–1955) lived in Hiroshima at the time of the atomic bombing. She developed leukemia and spent her time creating origami cranes in hope of making 1000 of them. She was inspired by the Japanese legend that one who created 1000 origami cranes would be cured by the Gods. Her wish was simply to live. She managed to fold only 644 cranes before she became too weak to fold any more. Her friends helped finish her dream by folding the rest of the cranes, which were buried with…

Sadako Sasaki (1943–1955) lived in Hiroshima at the time of the atomic bombing. She developed leukemia and spent her time creating origami cranes in hope of making 1000 of them. She was inspired by the Japanese legend that one who created 1000 origami cranes would be cured by the Gods. Her wish was simply to live. She managed to fold only 644 cranes before she became too weak to fold any more. Her friends helped finish her dream by folding the rest of the cranes, which were buried with…

Origami DU it yourself

Origami DU it yourself

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