Watch Synchronized Dancing Paper Cranes Shake Their Origami Tails Off

Need a pick-me-up this morning? Know that, somewhere in the world, there are origami cranes capable of performing synchronized dance numbers across an electromagnetic stage, and that life is kind of amazing. » 3/03/15 10:27am 3/03/15 10:27am

Short Cartoon About An Origami Boat Packs All The Heart Of A Pixar Film

The sad and sweet short film Origami may be 2D-animated, but its subject, a paper boat living in a toy store, is perfect for a Pixar film, especially when the little boat embarks on a grand journey. » 7/15/14 12:40pm 7/15/14 12:40pm

This life-sized origami elephant was made from a single sheet of paper

Origami artist Sipho Mabona and his crew spent four weeks carefully folding a 50-by-50-foot sheet of paper into a 10-foot-tall elephant sculpture, showing the artistic potential of a single sheet of paper. » 3/11/14 9:20am 3/11/14 9:20am

Portraits of people with origami faces are beautiful and mind-boggling

Alma Haser's Cosmic Surgery series is a bizarre take on portraiture. She photographs people, then makes origami structures out of pictures of their faces, then places the origami on top of the original portrait, creating a strange and fascinating blend of two- and three-dimensional images. » 3/17/13 5:00pm 3/17/13 5:00pm

Cinema's Spookiest Houses, Each Cut from a Single Piece of Paper

Marc Hagan-Guirey a.k.a Paper Dandy, creates spooky scenes using nothing but paper and scissors. Employing the paper cutting art of kirigami, his "Horrorgami" sculptures recreate haunted houses from classic horror films, and are then blacklit with a spooky glow. » 10/20/12 5:00pm 10/20/12 5:00pm

Moleskine launches its Star Wars notebook, with one badass origami TIE…

Watch origami TIE fighters battle it out in the best Star Wars tribute video we've seen in ages — created by Moleskine in celebration of their cool new Star Wars journals. » 9/12/11 10:46am 9/12/11 10:46am

The Force Will Be With Your Subway Tokens... Always

Finally, a use for all your old subway tickets: Follow the example of artist Hubert de Lartigue and make them into your own galactic rebellion. [Via TechEBlog] » 2/23/10 9:30am 2/23/10 9:30am