Tiny, tiny, tiny Orgami!
Folding paper with her fingers and tweezers, Mui-Ling Teh has become a specialist in miniature orgami.
Notes from the artist (from interview “The origami of Mui-Ling Teh“):
I began folding my series of miniature models around the beginning of April 2008. One day I took a random strip of paper and cut a square to fold a crane out of it. I was daydreaming so I wasn’t paying attention to how small the paper was. After completing the crane I realized it was rather tiny. This is the crane I present in my piece called Born from the Hand. I only used tweezers for the last few folds. The paper size must have been about 15×15mm. After I folded that crane I decided to try folding an even smaller crane, which I present in Born from Fingers and Born from the Pinky. I also began folding various other models in miniature form. As the pieces were gettting smaller or more complex. I needed to rely on tweezers more often.
Bottom: One of Mui-Ling Teh’s techniques to folding paper.
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