origami enthusiast craft intricately detailed, aesthetically satisfying cranes

Featuring over a 1000 different Japanese cranes in exquisite colours, shapes and intricate designs, this paper enthusiast injects modern flair into an otherwise traditional art form of paper folding.

In a break from convention, he mixes cuts and folds ( origami and Kirigami ) in several delightful avian paper-arts forms; an amazing list featuring several feathery cranes,  with more details and empathize on the wings.

Paper creative Cristian Marianciuc once set himself an ambitious of a  1,000 origami cranes in 1,000 days — which is a form of prayer for goodwill in Japanese culture —  which he as long achieved yet still persist with his crafts and has grown his gallery over his pre-set goals, and with unique elaborate wing designs.

“I never stopped folding and decorating new ones. It just wasn’t on a daily basis anymore,”

he says .

He is focused more on exploring themes as techniques and trying out new creative mixes.

Paper folding is a traditional act from Japan which allow a single sheet of paper become any incredible peice of art, the crafter so chooses but It focuses on folds, and cuts without a single glue to the paper frame which is traditional “Kirigami” in Japanese.


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