It doesn’t get any more creative than using currency to craft creations with this money origami collection by Won Park.
Won Park is an artist hailing from Honolulu, Hawaii, and his simple concept of using money instead of regular paper to fold origami pieces really shows his outside-the-box approach to art. Park’s attention to detail is second to none as he carefully picks out the appropriate-colored currency to correspond with the pieces he’s making. The results pretty much speak for themselves; they’re great! Park also has a few paper projects in which he makes money origami based on the origin of the bill. An Eiffel Tower from a French franc, anyone?
More money origami pieces can be found on Won Park’s deviantART page.
Won Park Creates Money Origami Using Paper Loot
1. Money Origami - The trend of using currency instead of regular paper to fold origami pieces, offering new creative opportunities for artists.
2. Attention to Detail Art - The trend of putting focus and care to detail in art, which can lead to unique opportunities in different fields of art.
3. Cultural Currency - The trend of using currency from different countries to evoke a sense of cultural heritage and diversity in art.
1. Art - Money origami can inspire new forms of art which can be used to commercialize and target niche markets of collectors and enthusiasts.
2. Tourism - Money origami made from different currencies can be used to enhance the tourist experience, adding to the overall cultural and artistic value of the travel industry.
3. Education - Money origami can be used as an educational tool to teach geography, history, and art alongside basic economic principles.