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Tiny Origami Models

Tiny Origami Models

Architecture student Mui-Ling Teh creates tiny origami models -- some just 2mm in length. It takes her about 10 minutes to painstakingly fold each miniature flower, plane and bird. Mui-Ling's paper sculptures are so small they can only truly be appreciated in close-up photos. View a gallery of her work here.

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