John McKeever's Origami Tessellations

Thirteen Kawasaki Roses, made from a single square of elephat hide (two-sided paper with a smooth, marble-like appearance). Photo: thiomor [Flickr]

Fractured flower, a 3D tessellation. Photo: thiomor [Flickr]

If you look closely at this one, you'll see a familiar video game character. Can you see what it is? Photo: thiomor [Flickr]

I am awed at John McKeever's origami tessellations, some of which look straight out of an M.C. Escher artwork. It seems unbelievable, but the intricate paper sculptures are all made from a single sheet of paper.

See the whole photoset here: Link - Thanks Philip Chapman-Bell! (By the way, Philip himself is a master of origami whose work have been featured on Neatorama twice before)

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Eric Gjerde has created Tess, a computer program that can make crease patterns for origami tessellations. It is a very cool tool that he generously shares for free here:
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