See & Saw. Hee & Haw. Ohhh & Ahhh. This blog is an ever-growing collection of curios, oddities, and astonishing visual treats. Honest.
Sawsee! I LOVE your blog! You have such a fun and inspiring collection of info! I am amazed at what people can create with a simple sheet of paper. These kind of remind me of a Mini Cooper ad several years ago where by punching out the paper car and folding here, tucking tab there, you created mini Minis. Very fun.Thanks, newbie
Thanks newbie! And welcome! I'm glad you have found my little internet outpost, along the super highway. You are always welcome!Yes, these little paper fold-ups are very cool, but not as cool as a mini! Especially a mini Mini!
Hey Newbie!Pop in here at least a couple of times a week. There's always something interesting to check out.
My goodness, Sawsee! I'm fascinated with all that I've seen here! GB is right (hey, GB!), it's all great!On the subject of origami, I haven't had a chance to scan through your archives, but are you familiar with Robert J. Lang? He's an amazing origami artist, as well as a scientist/engineer. He even makes computer programs to design some of his works. Koi (with scales), scarabs, dinosaur skeletons, all with an uncut sheet of paper. Worth a look, if you are unfamiliar. Fondly, newbie
newbie! You are very kind! I hope you get a chance to look through the archives. I have checked out and added Robert Lang's work. Very impressive! I think I only have one other posting of an origami artist; one that used paper currency. I really appreciate it when I get cool recommendations for posts! I look forward to chatting soon.
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