Origami in the world of perfume and makeup

Origami has entered almost all the arts.
Today, I realized that origami has also entered the cosmetics and perfume industry.
I found the following photos from the internet today
It’s beautiful, isn’t it?
I was very excited to see these photos
And I am eager to buy these perfumes
how about you?

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Origami-inspired habitats for the moon and Mars

The innovative design of the EuroMoonMars project uses Japanese origami — the art of folding paper in interesting shapes — to design and develop habitats for future human space exploration.

This prototype of the origami entrance tunnel was tested on April 20, 2018 in the EuroMoonMars 2018 simulation conditions at…

Origami is also used in architectural conceptual designs.
Architects have long been exploring various aspects of “compatible architecture” through concept projects.
One of these projects is related to students at the Institute of Progressive Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona.
Researchers in this project are trying to produce a composite that can deform…

Origami (Japanese: 折 り 紙) or “the art of paper and up” is one of the most popular Japanese crafts that is very popular today all over the world.

The purpose of this art is to create interesting designs from paper with the help of geometric shapes.
The literal meaning of the word in Japanese is “folding paper” and it includes all models of paper and folds, even those that are not Japanese.
Origami uses only a handful of different tassels, but the same tassels can be combined in a variety of ways to create different designs.

Generally, these designs start with a square sheet of paper, each side of which may be a different color, and continue without cutting the paper.

Origami is the method of presenting shapes, which is mainly achieved by bending the material used on paper.


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