Historically Significant Models: Pg1


Historically Significant Models: Pg1

Florence Temko Origami Collection



Horse and Rider
by E Mooser
1965?

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman


FT: “When I visited Dr. Mooser he had a mobile of 48 of
these soldiers on horseback suspended in a mobile from the ceiling. An amazing achievement, as they were all totally evenly aligned.”


Ostrich
by N Elias
1961

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Watch Tower
by J Skillman
1961

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Butterfly
by J Skillman
1961


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Witch on a Broom
by E Mooser
Sept 1967


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Monkey
by N Elias
1961

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Flapping Bird
by J Skillman
1963

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Rocket

by J Skillman
date unknown


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Abstract by F Temko
Based on a design by E Mooser

original,1972; photographed, 2007

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman


FT: “I had visited with Dr. Mooser in Geneva
and he introduced me to this kind of geometric folding which I then extended into many variations, including three-dimensional sculptures.”


Soldier With Shield
by E Mooser
1965

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Stand for Japanese Lantern
by J Skillman
1961

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Fish
by E Mooser
1965

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Indian Head
by N Elias
1961

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Devil Head
by N Elias
1961

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Musician
by E Mooser
1965?


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Bull Fighter
adapted from N Elias?
1965?


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Pig
by N Elias?
1961


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Jaguar
by N Elias
date unknown

Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Hexagon Flower
by E Mooser?
1966


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Swiss Soldier
by E Mooser
1965


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Dragon
by E Mooser

June, 1966


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman



Christ Carrying Cross
by N Elias
1967


Origami Elias Mooser Skillman


DL: “Neal Elias is a modest, retiring person who has tended to avoid meeting other folders. His contact has mainly been in his extensive correspondence. Yet by any standards he is one of the giants of the history of paper-folding.” Read more…

 



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