A Russian Landmark Made of Paper

A Russian Landmark Made of Paper

Tara Bellucci
Oct 29, 2012

Sergei Tarasov, a Russian teacher and origami enthusiast, crafted a 1.5 meter replica of St. Basil's Cathedral, made entirely of folded paper. Using a modular origami technique that intricately attaches sheets to one another, the model uses over 60,000 pieces of paper and took a year to complete.

In other news, Random House and Penguin combine, and check out typefaces created by computer code. See the headlines after the jump.

Giving Paper Architecture A Whole New Meaning | Architizer
Random House and Penguin to Be Combined | The New York Times
Algorithmic Typography, Crafted Entirely With Computer Code | Co.Design

(Image: Daily Mail via Architizer)

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