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"Given Japan’s strong ties to the art form, one would think that Japanese artist have a monopoly on origami creations. However, Sergey Tarasov, a schoolteacher in a small village in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, has earned the nickname, “Origami Master.” Mr. Tarasov has won numerous awards for his unbelievably detailed paper works, but shows no signs of stopping, forever trying to improve his craft. This piece is a replica of St. Basil Cathedral, the building seen in Tetris. It required 60,000 pieces of paper and took him an entire year to complete." [via rocketnews24.com]
wow how does he make this???
That's what I want to know. I do a little origami but nothing like this. This is true dedication to art. :D