Monday Montage: Gorgeous origami, breaking china, and glass igloos to start your week.

Renzuru means “consecutive crane” an advanced technique for origami that involves folding multiple cranes from a single piece of paper. Mizuho Tomita has a personal record of folding 368 connected cranes at one time. Incredible!

“Passive Agressive Anger Release Machine” is an interactive sculpture by Yarisal and Kublitz. “All you have to do is insert a coin, and a piece of China will slowly move forwards and fall into the bottom of the machine, breaking, and leaving you happy and relieved of anger.

This igloo village in Finland melts snow by gently heating, and ensuring clear views in all weather conditions. Surrounded by forest the views are spectacular and the experience is unique.

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I want to lick these delicious Melted picture frames from Bonsoir Paris.

Check out these gorgeous zen infused installations made entirely of beads and pins.

This adorable mobile habitat shelter by GG:Gabriela Gomes looks so amazingly cozy, I want it for Burning Man!

Colorful rainbow urban style from Mademoiselle Maurice and her origami installations on the streets of Hong Kong and Vietnam.

Gregor Gaida’s hilarious  Attaboys  aluminum sculptures destroy art floors of museum just makes me chuckle.

I am in love with the surreal floral photographs from Swiss/Danish artists Putput depicting ordinary household items with plants…sounds goofy but it looks fantastic.


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