The New Mademoiselle Maurice Urban Origami Installations are Crafty

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Jul 26, 2012 • References: mademoisellemaurice & thisiscolossal
The new urban origami installations by Mademoiselle Maurice are implemented on the streets of Hong Kong, Vietnam and Paris. These stars are abstract rainbows that are created from hundreds of folded origami papercrafts. These geometric papercrafts symbolize ideas of harmony, spirituality and peace.

The Vietnam and Hong-Kong installations feature a rainbow colored star that represents independence in either nation, reflecting their national flags. In France, Mademoiselle Maurice installed a colorful hexagon that represents bees and the threat that humanity has on their existence.

Mademoiselle Maurice is a Paris-based artist who grew up in France. She is on a pursuit to share her colorful origami installations around the world. She is devoted to her graffiti work on the street and focuses on the link between humans and their envrionment. Stats for Rainbow Graffiti Papercraft Trending: Older & Average
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