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Next Level Origami Artworks by Hoang Tien Quyet

Published Oct 31, 2018

Vietnamese origami artist Hoang Tien Quyet applies a ‘wet fold’ technique to give a more fluid look to his beautiful origami animals.

“The ‘Wet Fold’ technique was purported to have been invented by one Akira Yoshizawa in the 20th century. Wetting the paper effects the ‘sizing’ (an adhesive added during the manufacture of certain papers to bond the fibers together) to be dissolved temporarily, allowing for the manipulation and reconfiguration of the paper before it returns to its previous rigid state.”

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