Origami at its best!

Here is a genial artist, Ingrid Siliakus . Her work is jaw dropping and its the epitome of perfection. Here’s more on her work and all about her.

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One Response

  1. Good post. I just found this Origami-inspired Twitter icon at Digg, which you can use on your blog if it is running WordPress.

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