Supersized UFO magic Star by Nicolas (Olive Branch, Mississippi, USA )
Little Rose Kusudama by Suhail Skalli (South Africa) Instagram Folded by Suhail
120 unit Icosidodecahedron by Stephanie K (Oregon, US) This origami is filled with 9 paper cranes, so that the total number of pieces of paper used (129) matches the death toll of the 11/13/15 attacks in Paris. Each sheet of paper has a name written on it. Estimated time spent: ~8 hours over the course… Continue reading 120 unit Icosidodecahedron by Stephanie Oregon
Penultimate Dodecahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Dodecahedron made from 30 penultimate modules (attributed to Robert Neal).
Ant Lion’s Nest by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Ant Lions Nest, same unit (30u) but different assembly. Design is attributed to Tomoko Fuse.
Little Turtle Dodecahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Dodecahedron made from 30 double-sided concave hexagonal units (little turtle units). The design is attributed to Tomoko Fuse. Little Turtle Dodecahedron (concave)
Menger Sponge (Level 1) by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Level 1 Menger Sponge made from Tomoko Fuse square module (72).
Sonobe Stellated Icosahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Stellated Icosahedron made from 30 Sonobe units. The model is also called Small Triambic Icosahedron. Editor’s Note: Instructions to this origami model can be found in the modular origami section of web page.
Mosely Snowflake Sponge Fractal (Level 3) by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) The design of this fractal is attributed to Dr. Jeannine Mosely. We used approximately 50 000 business card for this Snowflake Sponge. The final model is around 1.50 meters. The folding and the assembly took three weeks involving a dozen of Malagasy maths students.… Continue reading Mosely Snowflake Sponge Fractal (Level 3) by Franck Ramaharo
Jerusalem Cube Fractal (Level 1) by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) The Level 1 Jerusalem Cube is almost similar to the Menger Sponge where each face is ornated by a cross pattern. I use business card for this model.
Spiked Icosahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) This spiked icosahedron is made with Nick Robinson’s trimodules (30 modules). Editors note: Nick Robinson’s trimodules can be found here. More spikey ball types of origami here
Vann’s 5 Card Pentagonal Hassock by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) This business card polyhedron is a variant of a cuboctahedron but with a pentagonal top and bottom. The model is attributed to Valerie Vann and is made with 5 units.
Gyroscope Octahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Octahedron made with 6 Gyroscope Modules (attributed to Lewis Simon). Editor’s Note: Gyroscope instructions can be found in the modular origami page.
Gyroscope Cuboctahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) Cuboctahedron made out of 12 gyroscope module. I use 9x9cm paper blocks for this model. Note from editor: The gyroscope module can be found here under Gyroscope by Lewis Simon. the original gyroscope is made with 6 units.
Business Card 4-Pieces Cuboctahedron by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) The design of the 4-pieces cuboctahedron unit is attributed to Valerie Vann. It is very easy to assemble and the final model is very sturdy. Editor’s Note: Click here for more business card origami or more links to Valerie Vann’s work
Mosely Snowflake Sponge Fractal (Level 2) by Franck Ramaharo (Antananarivo, Madagascar) The design of this beautiful fractal is attributed to Dr Jeannine Mosely. I made this model with business card units. Editor’s Note: Click here to read more about Mosely Snowflake Sponge (scroll to bottom of page), or try smaller business card origami projects.
Wonder Kusudama by Lidiane Siqueira (Teresina, Piauí, Brasil) Made with 1:2 rectangular paper (3.75 cm x 3.75 cm). Module compound. 60 papers in all. Designed by Lidiane by Siqueira Teresina / Brazil
Origami 3D by Maria Nguyen (Oklahoma) Happy origami
8 Intersecting Planes By: Deepika Pratap, Santa Clara, CA, US Reference: Ornamental Origami: Exploring 3D Geometric Designs book by Meenakshi Mukerji Take a look at my blog for other modules: or1gam1.blogspot.com
Modular Origami by Deepika Pratap (Santa Clara, CA, US) Five Intersecting Tetrahedra
Origami by Maria (Oklahoma)
Tera Crystal Cube by Stephanie K (Oregon, USA) The Tera Crystal Cube is made of 1,134 sheets of 2 1/8″ (5.4 cm) square paper, and 1,536 sheets of 1 1/16″ (2.7 cm) square paper, for a total of 2,670 units. The instructions for the cubes and how to connect them are in Tomoko Fuse’s book… Continue reading Tera Crystal Cube by Stephanie K
Springs by Krystyna Burczyk (Krakow, Poland) It’s my own design made of strips (2012)
Beans by Krystyna Burczyk (Krakow, Poland) It’s my own work made of 72 modules (September 2012)
Golden Dream by Krystyna Burczyk (Krakow, Poland) It’s my own design made of 24 modules (June 2012)
Black & White by Cridiana (Romania) Model: Columbus cubes Author: David Mitchell Book: “Origami Matematico” Model: Panda Author: Seiji Nishikawa Book: “Works of Seiji Nishikawa”
Sun by Romie (Philippines) I made this model using the blintzed frog base. For more of my original origami models, visit my my origami blog at http://romigami.wordpress.com
Dollar Bill – Origami Compound of Five Tetrahedra by Edward Holmes (Stone, Staffordshire, UK) This is my second attempt at this model. Really pleased with the way this one has turned out. The points and folding is a lot crisper than the first one I made. Its made from 30 units of the same size… Continue reading Dollar Bill – Origami Compound of Five Tetrahedra by Edward Holmes
Buckyball-Star by Groovygami (Hamburg, Germany) Hi. I’m very new to Origami, but i want to send you a picture of my last work, a buckyball (C60) made of 120 units which are the same as used by the bascetta-star with 30 units. Some other works folded by me can be found here: http://groovygami.wordpress.com/ Cheers and… Continue reading Buckyball-Star by Groovygami
Modular Ring by A. Shahrokhi (Iran) Designed this ring with 18 square of paper.
Modular Origami by A. Shahrokhi (Iran, Tehran) Designing this modular ring with 8 rectangular sheet of paper size a5 a6
Revealed II Star Flower by Shabbir Bandukwala (Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan) I have revealed ball of origami. And I have new idea to make this.
Sun by Shabbir Bandukwala (Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan) I have learned from the origami book and make this sun.
Buckyball by Thomas Leung-Tack (Canada) This is a buckyball made of 60 units.
Origami Ball by Yones (Persia) I made this model with 30 rectangular sheets of paper. Size of rectangle paper is 3.4 from square paper with double rabbit ear fold. Unit is the same as same the Sonobe unit
Sponge Menger (Level 2) by Yones (Persia, Iran) I made this Sponge Menger with business cards.
Hilbert Cube by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) A topological space named Hilbert Cube (a German mathematician) I made this model with business card units.
Origami Modular by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I made this modular origami with 216 sonobe unit! It is like a triangular pyramid.
Dodecahedron by Shahrokhi (Iran, Tehran) I folded this model of polyhedron from Tomoko Fuse’s book Unit Polyhedron Origami. Making the units is not difficult but assembling the units is difficult.
Modular Origami by Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I folded this model of modular origami from Tomoko Fuse’s book Unit Polyhedron Origami. I created this model by combining two regular polyhedra. Note this message regarding the photo below: That model isn’t in Fuse’s book. That is my model. He used “Bascetta’s unit” from Bascetta Star and with… Continue reading Modular Origami by Shahrokhi
Menger Sponge (Level 1) by A.S (Persia) I made this model of Menger Sponge with 72sonobe units and made this modular nanotubes with sonobe units.
Pyramide (Pentahedra) by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I made this model of pyramid . Unit is designed by Mio Tsugawa and made this model of flat origami
Iso Butane CH-CH3-CH3-CH3 (C4H10) by Abbaas Shahrokhi (Iran Tehran) With Tornillo units, you can make chemical molecules. I invented a connection unit so you do not need glue. (red=carbon blue=hydrogen) butane= CH3-CH2-CH2-CH3 (C4H10)
Ball by Romie Halabaso (Philippines) This origami is based on a traditional or indigenous palm weaving model which I used to make during my childhood. In place of the palm leaves, I used four strips of Christmas gift wrapping paper.
Triangular Dipyramid Polyhedron by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran)
Hexane CH3(CH2)4 CH3 by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I folded this hexane model with Tornillo units. CH3-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH2-CH3
Octahedral Polyhedron by Abbas Shahrokhi (Tehran, Iran) I made this model with Tornillo unit and made connection unit by myself. No glue used. ** Note from Editor: the units used to make this model was originally created in 1985 by Paolo Bascetta.
Cubohemioctahedron by Justin Seratte (San Diego, CA, USA) I was actually just testing out my digital camera to see how great the quality was and I ended up really liking this picture of this geogami model. It was easy to make – only took 30 minutes =) Instructions for other origami polyhedra here.
Various Polyhedra by Adam G (Newmarket ON Canada) Made with 30 pieces of paper each. Read about modular origami here or get free instructions here.
Origami Polyhedron by Abbas Shahrokhi (Iran) I folded this work in July, 2010 with 720 tornillo units. It is like a snub dodecahedron. ** Note from Editor: the units used to make this model was originally created in 1985 by Paolo Bascetta.
5 Intersecting Tetrahedra by A. Gerth (Newmarket, Ontario, Canada) I love to fold! Five Intersecting Tetrahedra (FIT) was created by Thomas Hull. It uses 30 identical units. Find diagrams and video here.
Bast Star Ball by Charles Bast (Milwaukee WI USA) Twelve interlocking Bast Star’s are used to create this original 3D model
2010 Origami Calendars By: Ksenia, Moscow, Russia Made these great origami calendars for 2010! Star Calendar, Pentagonal Calendar, and Dodecahedron Calendar. You can find instructions here.