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Tessellation hydrangea by Shuzo Fujimoto

Friday, 23 June 2017 00:00

Tessellation hydrangea by Shuzo Fujimoto. Origami hydrangea.

 

In the last ten years one of the most popular and rapidly developing trend in origami are tessellations. This is a rather peculiar technique, where flat or embossed patterns are formed on a single sheet of paper. The end result resembles oriental carpet, but done in the style of classical origami - the figure consists of one sheet and no glue is used. Especially beautiful tessellations are the ones made ofsemi-transparent paper

The pioneer of this trend is considered to be Japanese master Shuzo Fujimoto, who began to develop this technique of folding in the 1960s. He experimented with simple patterns, but was able to form dozens of various options from them. One of his most famous pieces is the Hydrangea tessellation. Fujimoto perfectly captures the flower geometry and forms a cross-shaped inflorescence. The detailed procedure of the tessellation assembly was described by another origami artist, John Smith, in 2006. This diagram is the best option to start folding tessellations. Happy folding!

Tessellation hydrangea by Shuzo Fujimoto. Origami hydrangea.

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