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From an Origami Buzz Lightyear to a Paper Yoda

 - Jul 5, 2011
These pop culture papercrafts are an indication of how mainstream culture knows no bounds. While the ancient art of folding paper into familiar shapes and forms has been around for centuries, an origami Buzz Lightyear or paper Angry Birds have not.

Modern day artists are saturated with figures from pop culture and this is popping up in traditional means of self expression.

Whether you’re a fan of pop culture papercrafts that draw upon Star Wars characters or ones that harness the awesomeness of Iron Man, these delicate art pieces aren’t ones to be missed.

Implications - Consumers are innately drawn to the idea of mixing tradition with modernity. As with these pop culture papercrafts, the consumer gets the best of both the old world and the new.