Legally Blind Man Folded an Origami Peacock with 1,300+ Pieces of Paper!

Neatorama reader Patrick Barden, who is legally blind due to a degenerative eye problem he was born with, created this awesome "origami" peacock made from 1,300 to 1,400 individually folded pieces of paper!

Link - Thanks for sharing, Patrick, you rock man!


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Legally: Blind

Spiritually: 20/20!

Truly stunning work, Patrick. Outstanding use of colors! I hope that this will be seen by countless others around the world! Yes, you are an inspiration, but more than that you are an example of how ANY obstacle can be overcome, since an obstacle is only an obstacle if you see it that way.

I am honored to have seen this, so thank you, and I hope you'll contribute more!
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Hi Patrick

I fold a lot of Origami and in workshops for children and adults alike. I just wanted to say fantastic. I bet you got a great deal of pleasure from making the peacock, well done. It is an excellent piece of work which I am sure will bring pleasure and inspiration to all who see it. I bet your street cred has gone up too!

Steve
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I have to say that this puts my napkin origami (attempts!) to shame. I'm speechless by the awesomeness of this. Patrick you are AMAZING! :)
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