Artist Craig Folds Five Uses Cash to Make Paper Animals

By: Kevin Young - Published: Mar 22, 2012 • References: now.shelterholic & thecoolist
Origami artist Craig Folds Five has only two essential needs: skill and paper. But his choice of paper is not cheap. He's known for his creation of tiny animals and objects using US paper money. Craig Folds Five is dubbed as a "money folder," a person who uses paper money to practice the art of origami.

Craig Folds Five's meticulous paper art shows the intricacy and perfection to making paper origami. Some of Five's origami is not made with just a single bill, but multiple ones that piece together with intense detailing. The folds and slight bends are vital to ensure each piece comes out looking sharp and perfected.

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