I’m really loving these origami critters made and designed by Uruguayan artist Román Díaz. Of the fox, he writes:
[She] is made from folds mostly at 22.5 angles and a CP [crease pattern] … that comfortably conveys almost 100% of the folds in the model. That mean she has very few finishing touches and every thing *has* to be done through actual straight line folds. A contradiction with the ‘interpretation’ of origami?
[via Catch Me If You Fran]