My Origami Gallery

Some of my origami


Welcome to my origami gallery! I hope to inspire some paper folders and give you an idea which area of origami you are interested in.

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This section is now split into two parts. To see my YouTube videos, go to this page: YouTube Gallery


Purist Origami


You can't have a origami website without a crane!

You can find the crease diagram for the crane at this link 

Squishy thing I made. 

This is a model by Jeremy Shaffer from his book "Origami to Astonish and Amuse" 

Lips. Paper folders can talk to them selves with style! 

This can be found in the book "Wonderful Origami" by Kunihiko Kasahara. It is called "Talking Lips" if you want to search for the crease pattern.


Modular Origami rings, stars, and such

14 pieces of paper and 18 pieces of paper

The pattern for the model on the right can be found at this link  and the one on the left can be found at this link


I will make video tutorials for all of these soon 

This next section of creations uses ONLY the units shown above. Four different creations from one simple unit.


Pretty boring. Just an octahedron.

A slightly more exiting octahedron.

A truncated cube.

Another octahedron.

Call me Holistic but a whole is more than just the sum of its parts.


This section is devoted to tessellations.

This is one of the most basic tessellations. It is called the square twist. The square twist pattern can be found at this link


Same paper


This one is a design that I designed myself! (Note: I may not be the first to fold it but I did come up with it myself.)

I didn't fold this one. It was a gift from Hannah Alpert (one of Tom Hull's students)




This section is for modular origami polyhedra


These creations are made out of PHiZZ units (invented by Tom Hull). These units can make any geometric figure in which every vertex is connected to three other vertexes. This includes most of the platonic solids and a lot of other geometric figures. The dodecahedron in the front is made from 30 pieces of paper. In the back is a truncated icosahedron made from a whopping 90 pieces of paper.

For more about the PHiZZ unit and how to make it, look at this link 

This is a icosadodecahedron. It was made out of 20 pieces of paper. This is made from Tung Ken Lam's jitterbug module. It took forever to fold this one! This model's instructions can be found at this link

This is a cubic transition from s1 to s3 of an amonosacrodic truncated greatdodec... I'm just kidding. It's a cube. Its name isn't that exciting but its kinda cool. The unit used to make the cube is Michał Kosmulski's Oxi module. Instructions on how to fold it can be found at this link


This is all I have (uploaded) at the moment! More to be uploaded soon!