There’s origami, and then there’s Dinh Giang’s (http://giangdinh.com/giang/home.html) origami. It’s truly magical stuff!
I love origami with its abundance of folds, and there is something really special about Dinh Giang’s (http://giangdinh.com/giang/home.html) mastery of this folding art. Maybe it’s the way he embraces the curve alongside the fold? Or maybe it’s his use of the wet folding (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wet-folded) technique, that produces such extraordinary pieces? I don’t really know what it is, but I’ve been an admirer for years, and often wondered, how in the world he can make a simple piece of paper come to life – time and time again.