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A Tiny World of Nano Origami

Thursday 08.18.2011 , Posted by
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Using just a toothpick to create her minuscule folds, German paper-crafter Anja Markiewicz makes what must be some of the smallest examples of origami around. Many of her tiniest paper cranes measure only 4mm across (check out those fingerprints for a sense of scale). For more info on Anja and her work, see her Flickr photos or buy jewelry made with the pieces at shop.faltsucht.de.

If you found this entertaining, be sure to check out our post Tiny Floating Origami That Moves.














Via: coroamagazine.wordpress.com

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  1. that’s really cute!!!!

  2. I THOUGHT THEY WERE GREAT. THANK YOU.

  3. Holy crap those are tiny – I am amazed! As an origamist I am impressed and intimidated. Nice work.

  4. WTF? Wow!

  5. Pedestrian.

    (kidding.)

  6. finally got persuaded, I change to Apple. for it’s uniqueness

    toodous@hotmail.com

  7. I do some origami jewelry, and would love to be able to get smaller figurines as well. This is amazing! Glad to see it is possible. (I am still new at it)

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