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Ekaterina Lukasheva is a talented artist who creates beautiful kusudamas, modular origami and paper art. When she was a school kid, she knew origami only as a way to fold paper airplanes. Ekaterina knew only one model that flew well. When she was 14, she was very fond of gluing together paper models of buildings in her school. One day, around 2001, her math teacher presented the pupils with an origami magazine, that contained kusudamas. With her friend Ekaterina tried to fold some of the balls. They were mostly traditional ones. They folded a few of them for a school contest and got some positive feedback for their knowledge of geometry. Then the time came for Ekaterina to enter university, and she spent 2 years learning mathematics and geometry for the entrance exams. After three years she knew a lot about these subjects. It was also the time when she got access to internet, so she could find more models to fold. In 2008 Ekaterina discovered her first glue-less unit. She talked to her chief and played with note paper. And suddenly, she understood that it could be turned into an origami module! It was simple and elegant! It was a breakthrough for Ekaterina, because she understood that it was easy for her! This understanding guides her when she creates new models. Check out this amazing compilation of Ekaterina's works that are so beautiful! Music by Epidemic Sound: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Now I've Seen Everything : Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More articles:

Published by: Now I've Seen Everything
Published at: 2 years ago
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