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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    An origami frog by Matthieu Georger, who fell in love with the ancient Japanese art after he saw a paper crane being made on TV.
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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    A detailed owl made by Matthieu Georger, whose origami collection is made up of more than 120 paper models.
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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    Matthieu Georger's origami horse is one of hundreds of folded paper animals in his collection.
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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    After mastering the iconic origami crane, Matthieu Georger went on to experiment with making dozens of paper animals, including this lion.
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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    This origami snake was made by Matthieu Georger, who taught himself the ancient Japanese art of origami.
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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    This yellow and black-striped origami frog is just one of hundreds of paper animals made by Georger.
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  • Master of the Japanese Art of Origami.

    Tiny origami fish make up part of Matthieu Georger's folded-paper animal collection.
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PHOTO: Jodie Foster and Alexandra Hedison attend the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala presented by Salvatore Ferragamo at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oct. 17, 2013, in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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