Copyright © 2015 by M. Mukerji. All models folded and photographed by M. Mukerji.

This gallery is being dedicated to the memory of origami master Shuzo Fujimoto,
1922 – 2015, whose pioneering work has inspired me for years.

Low Density Hydrangea designed by Shuzo Fujimoto Tessellation of a Molecule by Tomoko Fuse on to a 4-sink Base Grid

Photo of Shuzo Fujimoto taken from cover of BOS magazine 298.

Folly the Pony designed by Michael LaFosse Ornamental Carpio designed by Pham Hoang Tuan

Spiral Owl designed by Beth Johnson Cicada based on principles by Akira Yoshizawa

Two views of a modular (name??) designed by Satoshi Kamiya

Two views of Rock Crystal designed by Ekaterina Lukasheva

OrigamiUSA Butterflies designed by Michael LaFosse Simple butterfly designed by (??)

Relaxing Otter designed by Jennifer Linderman 7-point Leaf designed by David Donahue

Square of Life, Adulthood designed by Ilan Garibi Hexagonal Logarithmic Spiral designed by Evan Zodl

Sun, and 6 Point Recursive Star designed by Jorge Jaramillo

Star of David designed by Fred Rohm 8-Point Star of David designed by Jorge Jaramillo

A Tessellation for CenterFold 2015, and Solid-faced Cube designed by Robert Lang

Folded from laser scored paper provided by Robert.

The locks in this cube are very strong.

Cardinal designed by Robert Lang Fish designed by Beth Johnson

Curved-Crease Sculpture designed by Erik Demaine Nautilus Shell designed by Tomoko Fuse

Octagonal Star designed by Peter Keller Mondrian Cube and Triangular Hexahedron designed by David Mitchell

H J Girl designed by Jason Ku and Hydrangea Ribbon boxes designed by Shuzo Fujimoto & Dáša Ševerová

Rosette designed by Tomoko Fuse, Sakura Star designed by Ali Bahmani and my hexagonal variation.
As you can see, these all belong to the same family, just starting out with different polygons.

Quadrose (24 tile), Penrose (10 tile) and Hexrose (12 tile) Tessellations designed by John Szinger.

You Are Always In My Heart designed by Andrey Lukyanov Same as below but with different center

12-Pointed Stars by Shuzo Fujimoto and my 10-Pointed Variations
12-Pointed Stars (reverse engineered) each from an uncut hexagon and 10-Pointed variations each from an uncut pentagon.

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