Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper. The origin of the word comes from the
Japanese ori (fold) gami (paper). Usually part of a piece of paper
square, whose faces may be of different colors, proceeding without
cut the paper.
However, the culture of Japanese Origami, which has developed since the
Edo, it is not so restrictive about these settings, sometimes cutting the paper
when creating the model, or starting with other forms of paper that
not square (rectangular, circular, etc.).
The practice of Origami favors concentration, manual dexterity and
patience, in addition to the personal satisfaction of being able to create forms with only a
piece of paper.
These bases are the starting point for most models, but for,
furthermore, I hope that they will also serve as inspiration for the creation of
other new models. Sometimes it is enough to make a small change to
discover something completely new.