Prolific origami genius Brian Chan created this how-to video for one of his creations, Mens et Manus. It’s so very, very funny.
You can view (and download) the movie in larger formats here:
(Thanks to Brian Webb for the link!)
as always, a pleasure to see his work. now you have made it a pleasure to watch him work! wonderful!!!
that was awesome eric. thanks for the post!
wow only three steps….. from hell. Brian Chan is great
Easy! …maybe not… 😀
A fantastic job. It is hard to believe that the final structure started with a 3 foot square piece of paper.
Are you still making Samurai Swords?
Best of everything.
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Absolutely amazing! I loved it. It’s great to know such origami is even possible.
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My son is 11 years old in 6th grade and his class is working on making 1,000 paper cranes in a week… he loves doing it. we happened upon your video while searching for other origami patterns…. he and I were both mesmerized watching you make the MIT logo!! Thank you for posting it 🙂
Thank you very much for this information. I like this site
Origami Tessellations » Blog Archive » The Making of Mens et Manus, by Brian Chan great article thank you.
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