At first glance this looks like origami, but it’s a different paper craft and one that’s just stunning. This is paper sculpture and artist Cheong-ah Hwang has been working at it since she was just a child in her parents’ South Korean printing shop. Her subject matter ranges from superheroes, to fairy tales to every day objects and she recreates them, sometimes as whole scenes, with unbelievable detail.
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Most kids get paper with snowmen or reindeer or even happy little penguins, but not your kids. They’re going to get presents wrapped in Krampus paper that will scare them but good so they’ll be sure to behave over the next year.
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…unless you guessed paper, in which case you’re not only correct, but obviously have a sixth sense for identifying papercraft.
A guy named Charles fashioned this 1:6 scale badassery over a 3 month period and equipped it with an LED in the chest which distributes light to the eyes and palms via fiber optics.
Job extremely well done.
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When your thousandth origami crane has been completed and you have had enough, step up to the new wave of paper folding. This origami set includes all the instructions you need to create objects from space including an astronaut, a rocket and a lunar lander. A fresh new take on an ancient Japanese art form.
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The bathroom can be a lonely place. You spend a lot time there and having anyone join you is just a little too weird. Luckily a robot doesn’t count as a person so the two of you can sit there with your pants around your ankles and a magazine in your hands. And absolutely no talking. Guys do not chat in the bathroom.
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