Nano Origami Sculptures by Anja Markiewicz

Nano Origami Sculptures by Anja Markiewicz

Origami dates back to the 17th centry and has been admired for its beauty as well as its discipline in mastery. Fast forward to today and you can see all different types of ways that origami is being produced, whether through computer generated help or from the traditional basics of where it all began.

Anja Markiewicz has gone above and beyond to create these delicate and yet incredibly complex origami pieces that are the smallest I have ever seen. They can range from 38mm to even a smaller size of 8mm. Incredible!

Nano Origami Sculptures by Anja MarkiewiczNano Origami Sculptures by Anja MarkiewiczNano Origami Sculptures by Anja MarkiewiczNano Origami Sculptures by Anja MarkiewiczNano Origami Sculptures by Anja MarkiewiczNano Origami Sculptures by Anja Markiewicz

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