I have been always been fascinated by the intricacy of paper cutting art, specifically kirigami or origamic architecture. Some of the artists that inspire me include Professor Masahiro Chatani, Ingrid Siliakus, and Hary & Deepti. With my background in architecture & product design, I wanted to create something beautiful and also practical, hence the lamp functionality
His name is Gonzalo Garcia Calvo. Actually he is a Madrid-based full time musician. But here Gonzalo has something really amazing as to be able to create origami animals which are out of the ordinary.
These beautiful paper animals are the work of a Madrid-based full time musician Gonzalo Garcia Calvo who happens to have amazing origami skills. He seems to have explored many themes, but it appears that his true passion is animals.
Gonzalo Garcia Calvo is an origami extraordinaire who would meticulously craft expressive and imaginative paper creatures. Check out his creations. Through intricate folding, the Madrid-based artist brings the animal kingdom to life.
Umut Yamac is an architect as well as a designer who created a series of lamps looking just like pieces of origami art. The lamps light up as you touch the bird sculptures measuring the real-bird size.
Who says that origami is only belong to children and women. Look how these sculptures built from origami papers. And surely these artworks are cross gender and cross generation at the same time.