Colorful 3D Paper Sculptures by Nuria Mora

Colorful 3D Paper Sculptures by Nuria Mora

“The Spanish street artist Nuria Mora has created colorful origami pieces and placed them on display in public ad spaces in Tirso de Molina square, downtown Madrid. Inserting her 3D paper sculptures into billboards in the bustling city center, they can be enjoyed by shoppers and passers-by, as they are viewable from both sides and lit up at night.” — PSFK


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via PSFK

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  • Maria Sinayskaya

    This modular origami star was initially designed by Paolo Bascetta, an Italian origami designer. It’s not a traditional origami model. And it looks like this Spanish artist doesn’t credit him in any way…