Happy Little Creases
This was my submission for the OrigamiForum’s November design challenge. This month’s challenge is to fold something using the pages of a book or magazine, without cutting any pages. This, of course, presents a unique challenge in that one edge of the sheet is always attached to the spine and therefore remains unfolded
I wanted to recreate a small bridge over a creek (envisioned like something something you’d find in a forest near a cottage). Folded out of a catalog I had laying around, I used 4 pages for the bridge sections, 1 for the creek, and 4 for surrounding landscape/road. This presented an interesting challenge, folding around the curve of the pages and the spine.

This was my submission for the OrigamiForum’s November design challenge. This month’s challenge is to fold something using the pages of a book or magazine, without cutting any pages. This, of course, presents a unique challenge in that one edge of the sheet is always attached to the spine and therefore remains unfolded

I wanted to recreate a small bridge over a creek (envisioned like something something you’d find in a forest near a cottage). Folded out of a catalog I had laying around, I used 4 pages for the bridge sections, 1 for the creek, and 4 for surrounding landscape/road. This presented an interesting challenge, folding around the curve of the pages and the spine.

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