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These New Tessellated Origami Masks are Made of Paper

This collection of tessellated origami masks are made entirely of paper by the artist Joel Cooper. These masks are genuinely crafted to display incredible geometric textures. The detailed dimensions created depict sharp and striking edges that make this mask stand out. The artist Joel Cooper uses a method of folding called 'tessellation,' where the shape is first folded from a hexagon-shaped piece of paper.

He then works his way into crafting the edges and dimension of each fold. These extraordinary masks portray a sense of realism that resemble historical figures. The folding method of these origami masks are what make these figures stand out from other ordinary sculptures that may be seen in various historical museums.