Gouagami? Origami?

ORIGAMI is the Japanese art form of folding and moulding paper into various 3D models. Common models depict wildlife such as cranes, frogs, elephants, flowers, trees, as well as the human form but also includes other objects such as stars, jewelery boxes, and toys. GOUAGAMI uses origami to model the forest and wildlife of the Goualougo Triangle of the Republic of Congo (Brazzaville). This includes gorillas, chimpanzees, elephants, duikers, various flowers, trees, and other elements of the forest. If you have any design ideas or have compiled a design (diagrams and video welcome), please email them to gouagami@gmail.com so they can be posted for all to share!

Conservation forum

As well as providing various forms of origami, this site discusses topics relating to conservation.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Video origami of 2 primates

Below is the video version of the previously posted origami of '2 primates'.

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