Continuing our tour along Oriland... visiting Oriville Kingdom known for its cheerful Castle with Origami gardens full of little origami people :-)
Diagrams @ ORIGAMI LAND collection
or "Origami Majestic Castle" book
*More photos of ORIVILLE Kingdom @
**The image is from the Oriland Exhibition on Southeast Origami Festival in Charlotte, NC, 2002, where we displayed 6 Oriland Kingdoms.
🔥Follow us @sladky_kyckyc for more !🔥Airborne Mark (@airbornemark) - Airborne Mark was born in Poland where he grew up close to a Soviet bunker in the era of iron curtain. Under those circumstances, the paint was really very hard to come by. Luckily for Mark, his father was first men to deal in paint when the wall came down – but even so, the paint was still too expensive and precious to simply put it on street walls. So, his journey with spray paint started not earlier than 1995 – fire at the paint shop was the catalyst for the young Mark’s artistic career! He saved everything he could, creating a stash of paint for years to come!
“All the animals I paint are totem animals. I speak in allegories it’s about communicating with people on a subliminal level.”
Airborne Mark was mentioned in a book Man behind the Wall, unauthorised biography of Banksy by Will Ellsworth-Jones
Mark’s work is difficult to miss, and there is no doubting that his style is pretty unique – It’s origami on the walls! Intricately layered animals and trademark paper folds are the key elements of his vibrant illustrative style coming directly from an imaginary world called “ORIGAMIA.” Airborne Mark’s technique is based on real life origami elements and figures, used as a realistic reference. His whimsical robots, gallant airmen and trademark paper planes are key elements of his illustrative style. According to Mark, the most interesting figures to paint are the most intimate ones – they often take years and years to be developed.
” I am learning a lot about paper folding. About how the light plays a part in creating the work and how the folds, so intricate can take years to master. Nowadays I tend to spend more time folding than I actually do drawing.” #sladky_kyckyc#kyckycart # kyckyc #origami#origamiriot#airbornemark#streetart#graffiti#origamiart#origami#origamicrane#origamistreetart#airbornemark#origamiriots#streetarteverywhere#spraypaint#streetartlondon#graffitilondon#love#dopeart#origamibird#buildings#muralart#graff#ukart#likelove
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