• Origami Creatures

    "Gorilla," designed for the OUSA challenge out of one uncut square of crumpled paper. It look Cường a week to design the head and a month for the entire model. "What I love about origami is that I can make anything from one piece of paper just by folding it. Since I'm not good with words, I use origami to share my ideas, how I feel and how beautiful this world is," says designer Cuong.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Scorpion" with detailed head, designed from one uncut 50cm x 50cm square.
  • Origami Creatures

    "African Elephant," designed and folded from one uncut square.
  • Origami Creatures

    This headless, "Angel Fish," was designed for VOG's Water Bomb Base Challenge out of one uncut square of duo paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Song Bird," made from one uncut square of duo crumpled paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Tortoise," designed for VOG's Pig Base Challenge out of one uncut square of "sandwich" crumpled paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Great White Shark," designed from one uncut 57cm square of Vietnamese handmade paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Butterfly," designed for VOG's "Bird Base Challenge" out of one uncut square Vietnamese handmade paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Psychopsis Krameriana," designed for The Oncidiums' Jousting out of two pieces of Vietnamese handmade paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    ?Jucumari,? Cường's final entry for the Spectacled bear contest made of one uncut 50cm square of duo crumpled paper.
  • Origami Creatures

    "Squirrel," designed from one uncut square of Vietnamese hand paper.
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