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10 Most Outstanding Origami Creations that I Have Ever Seen

Origami is the art of paper folding, a traditional Japanese culture popular around the world. Creating basic origami shapes may seem easy, but there are many advanced origami creations that really push the envelope.

There are a lot of origami artists and here are some of the most amazing origami creations and origami artists that we could find. So, Chattello wanted to share these amazing creations with you. As we are listing 10 of the most Outstanding and complex origami that we found.

#1 Pegasus – By Satoshi Kamaya

Satoshi Kamaiya

The making of Pegasus was begun by Satoshi Kamiya in the 2000s when Kamiya was inspired by a picture book depicting Tokyo landmarks from the Showa era. From there he derived the Pegasus blueprint. Those familiar with origami are probably aware of the sheer number of steps required to create complex shapes. In particular, Satoshi Kamiya’s Pegasus takes over 25 individual steps and over 100 individual folds to complete. Professional origami artists typically spend a day, sometimes months, or even years successfully folding a model to Kamiya’s exacting standards, and even the creation process becomes an art in itself.

#2 Karol Karfalski’s Samurai

Karol Karfarski

Using origami to create traditional samurai faces is a testament to the power of this art. Karfarsky’s Folded Samurai by Karol Karfarsky Origami is an inspiring example of what can be made with this art using careful paper folding techniques. A stunning representation of classic samurai in beautiful paper form is an enduring contribution to the great tradition of origami.

#3 Issei Yoshino Tyrannosaurus Skeleton

Issei Yoshino

Origami Tyrannosaurus is one of Yoshino Kazunari’s masterpieces. This a great example of how origami can be used to create amazing works of art. However, this model is not made of origami, but of a lot of special paper called “structured paper” in different sizes. The IS model took three to four months.

#4 Eagle by Zhang Zhang

驰 张

Finally, Jiang Zhang’s folded eagle is a great origami artwork. The careful folding of the paper and attention to detail give the eagle a realistic appearance, making this piece a true marvel of art and engineering. The stunning craftsmanship behind this work of art speaks well for the skill and precision of the artist and is a testament to the intricate beauty of origami.

#5 Ryūjin 3.5 Satoshi Kamiya

Satoshi Kamiya

Ryujin 3.5 looks like a giant golden dragon. It is an impressive 18 inches long and the detail that has gone into this origami is truly incredible. Composed of 183 pieces, the dragon requires 27 different folding techniques to assemble and its assembly requires precision and patience. All parts of the Ryujin 3.5 are intricately designed and finished to perfection with a tapered mane and tail. Mr. Satoshi Kamiya carefully crafted details such as facial expressions to express fear.

#6 Wyvern Dragon by 阿寒姑凉


“I wanted to use a sheet that sang mythical or fantasy, so going through all the sheets I made, this certainly got my attention. Dragons are always fun to make, no right or wrong, do whatever you please as they don’t exist.

One of the things I did quite extensively modified the base, simply as I did not like the original outcome, you have lots of close flaps together for the top of the back that not much could be done with, and many extra layers on the head that would be hidden and wasted by shaping it color side up”

#7 Rooster by Kim Ju Hyeong

Kim Jy Hyeong

“Folded from the crease pattern with my custom paper at 100cm, duo color (NEEDED & recommended) at around id say 60gsm. A thicker paper will greatly help especially with shaping, to be able to capture the volume that this model needs & to hold the 3d aspects.

To me, this was one of the most fun collapses I have ever had in a model. This is the type of crease pattern that has so many unique twists, where the mountain meets the valley on the same line countless times, trying to figure out if a part should be pushed down (color change) or pushed up (no color change) it has it all.

If you are a crease pattern lover and want to test your skill and knowledge on them, this is perfect! be aware though, id class this as a very complex cp, especially when you have the base as it looks nothing like the finished model, so figuring out each individual part after the collapse will test you as there are no guides else ware for it, but you got me !!”

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