The great origami animal jailbreak

The great origami animal jailbreak

Previously at the love of it launch party (Bristol’s Biggest Indoor Picnic), we created an origami zoo – a traveling suitcase affair that we’d whip out at parties and make guests marvel at what wondrous creatures lived inside. We’ve since come to realise – after our origami shark started swimming in circles and our paper pterodactyl tried to eat his own arm – that this is a little cruel.

So we’ve decided to set our origami animals free – and we’d like you to join us with a mass paper animal liberation throughout the next few months.

Release your origami animals into the wild, get photographic evidence of their daring escape and upload your photos here. At the end of the month we’ll award a paper trophy (and oodles of love of it kudos) to the best staged origami jailbreak.

The great origami animal jailbreak begins…

Stephanie Wetherell

Stephanie Wetherell01-May-2010 14:40, Sony Ericsson C902, 2.8, 5.18mm, 0.01 sec, ISO 64

Kerry Bradshaw

Kerry Bradshaw

Steph Wetherell

Steph Wetherell02-May-2010 17:55, Sony Ericsson C902, 2.8, 5.18mm, 0.125 sec, ISO 500

Peter Kolodziejczyk

Peter Kolodziejczyk14-May-2010 12:59, OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. u850SW,S850SW , 3.5, 6.7mm, 0.003 sec, ISO 64

Peter Kolodziejczyk

Peter Kolodziejczyk14-May-2010 13:01, OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. u850SW,S850SW , 3.5, 6.7mm, 0.002 sec, ISO 64

Sophie Lowe

Sophie Lowe

Sophie Lowe

Sophie Lowe

Steph Wetherell

Steph Wetherell

Steph Wetherell

Steph Wetherell

Steph Wetherell

Steph Wetherell

Sophie Lowe

Sophie Lowe

Post a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

  • Facebook
    Twitter
    RSS feed
    Contact
  • Upcoming Events

    No events found within start and end date