Most Complex Origami Art in the World Made Using 1 Sheet and 109 Hours of Folding
Finnish artist Juho Konkkola is an expert in mastering origami and he proves it once again in the latest video posted on his YouTube channel. Indeed, after several months of work and reflection, he has just completed the most complex and meticulous work in the world made of origami.
Before taking up this impressive challenge, the designer made a sketch of the rendering he wanted. He also developed more than 25 versions of the folding model to ensure that no obstacles would arise during its design.
Thus, more than 109 hours of folding a single 95 cm square sheet of Wenzhou rice paper were linked to make two duel fighters. A titanic job was done without any cuts or tears in the paper.
Immortalized during a captivating time-lapse, we discover the different stages of the process including the 5377 folding lines and the accumulations of 72 layers of paper. Although the paper seemed to be damaged during the design, the young artist persevered until bringing to life a final origami 25 cm high by 20 cm wide.
The creativity and talent of some artists surprise us day by day and Juho Könkkölä is obviously one of them. It is obviously not his first attempt and we shared with you just a year ago his previous incredible creation with this samurai made in origami still with a single sheet.
We let you discover in photos below the incredible achievement of the artist. To learn more about this origami enthusiast, you can visit his Instagram account and his website. Take a look at the Most Complex Origami Art in the World Made Using 1 Sheet and 109 Hours of Folding and don’t forget to share it.