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Origami Marilyn | Image courtesy of Clinton Stringer

Origami Marilyn

Jul 04 2013, 12:30 pm 0 Marco Russo

An experiment that has seen the artist and graphic designer originally from South Africa, who currently lives and works in Belgium, Clinton Stringer, study, devise and apply an original origami module to simple mini Post-it notes. A manual work made of creativity, precision and patience, to get an incredible brightly colored tapestry, that through the ancient Japanese art recreates in 8-bit style the face that became the icon of pop art across the world, Marilyn by Andy Warhol.

Artist: Clinton Stringer

Tags: Andy Warhol art artist color creative handmade origami paper pop art

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