Finnish Origami artist, known by the name of Juho Könkkölä, has just written his books in Art’s golden paper by creating a samurai from a single piece of paper.
Committing of over 50 hours, the sculpture’s base comes off as a 95cm x 95cm sheet of Wenzhou paper. After completing the previous step, the artist then took almost 4-5 days to carefully structure the remaining sculpture by carefully crafting the paper’s folds and creases. Then, over the course of few months, Könkkölä designed carefully shaping the body with clips, water, a brush, and a hairdryer.
The hard work was worth it when Samurai’s final look details out as a 21-cm long piece of paper, that too standing without any support. You can check out the video below posted by the artist, where you can take a look at the fine artwork of this Paper-Samurai.
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