Giant Origami in L’Atelier de Santi

Giant Origami in L’Atelier de Santi

Giant origami, so called to differentiate it from traditional origami or origami. For this, a moderate-sized sheet of paper is usually the starting point for making the figures and models. In the case of giant origami, the resulting figure is of large proportions, but...
Costume jewellery and origami in L’Atelier de Santi

Costume jewellery and origami in L’Atelier de Santi

Costume jewellery and creative origami Costume jewellery and origami is a relationship I came to after practising the diminutive folding of traditional figures. Something I came to because of a certain naturalistic mania. A horse and a cat are not the same as a dog...
Origami flowers at El Atelier de Santi

Origami flowers at El Atelier de Santi

On one occasion a follower of this website literally commented: “That’s very nice, how is it done? Flowers are quite a recurring motif in origami, and also as inspiration for more complex, modular origami figures. But when I started practising folding I...
Sketch for “The child Swallower” by Borja

Sketch for “The child Swallower” by Borja

The child swallower, a traditional festive figure The “Tragachicos” (The child Swallower) in Borja, Utebo and Zaragoza, the “Gargantua” in Bilbao, the “Tragaldabas” in Logroño, the “Tarasca” in Tarascón (France), etc.,...
Creative origami at L’Atelier de Santi

Creative origami at L’Atelier de Santi

Creative origami as a source of inspiration Some time ago, a party and event club company requested my services for a possible campaign. It was about making origami figures in a specific material, more specifically cardboard. The figures had to be allusive to certain...