Creative paper art formed by using single paper to create “Hypnotizing Origami Mandalas” by Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura is an abstract, contoured work of art. This art is reworks with single sheets of handmade paper which series is labeled as “Relief”. Her artwork of paper is just the paper folding techniques used in origami to transform the special Japanese paper known as kyokushi into compelling geometric patterns designs. Yuko Nishimura combines traditional methods with existing aesthetics across a monochromatic color scheme to make for one visually fascinating set of paper structures that echo the shape and visual pattern of mandalas. This artistic creation of her is just revealing the fold which shows her ability of such clean and curving lines which are absolutely astounding. Just check it out.
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Currency notes always in our purses but we use them only in purchasing and selling with them but some origami artists create some objects with them.Usually, Moneygami is called money folding. Sometimes also called bill folding, or banknote folding, or other such derivative terms. I’m not really sold on the Moneygami name- there’s a real trend lately to do such things, primarily because people figure out “oh, that must be money origami” or something to that effect.Money folding is amazingly popular – because it’s something we see every day, a commonplace item, transformed into something unique and unexpected. I don’t like to leave folded tips at restaurants, because I know the staff would rather spend the money; but occasionally I fold something anyway and inevitably a small crowd of people gather around and look at it when it’s completed.