Noupe Editorial Team October 1st, 2010

Beautiful Origami Art Made Of Dollars by Won Park

As you probably suggested, money origami is a kind of origami that uses paper money to create artistic objects. It is the art of folding paper money into creative designs. Dollar bill origami uses similar techniques to traditional origami. However, the shape and texture of money sometimes require a different set of steps than creating the same design with origami paper. Won Park is a skilled designer from US who experiments with money origami a lot. Let’s take a look at what he has created so far and let’s get inspired by his artistic expression and handcraft skills.
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Dollar Origami Art

Two Dollar Formula 1 Racecar

Screenshot

Two Dollar Angry Bear

One Dollar Doctors Visit

Two Dollar Jacket

Dollar Construction Machine

New pics. Dollar Scorpion

Dollar Dolphin

Dollar Crab

One dollar Penguin

Dollar humpback whale

One Dollar Praying Mantis

One dollar koi_new ver. side

Two Dollar Spider

Two Dollar Chinese Dragon

Two Dollar Enterprise

One Dollar Eagle

One Dollar Butterfly

Two Dollar Battle Tank

One Dollar Frog

One Dollar jet

One Dollar Stag Beetle

One Dollar Stegasaurus

One Dollar Hammer-head Shark

One Dollar Shark

One Dollar Bat

dollar kois

One Dollar Camera

Origami Elephant

One Dollar Double Cranes

Dollar Peacocks

Dollar Parasol

Dollar Toilet Bowl

Ready the jump to lightspeed

Two Dollar Bird of Prey

$Cat

Dollar Origami Zeppelin

$Flower in a pot

Septagonal box (7-sided)

Joe’s Dollar

Umulus Rectangulum

Lots of dollar bill models

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32 comments

    1. Yes, I agree with you. Those kois are awesome. I’ve seen more complex origami on a Japanese TV show, TV champion. Maybe the author should search for more reference on this.

      1. If this person posted in whatever their native language is, you wouldn’t understand it at all, would you Jay? At least they had something nice to say. (You could learn from that maybe?) The internet allows us to communicate with people all over the world, even if we don’t all write perfectly in every language.

  1. Won,

    I am so happy that you have made such progress over these passed years. I enjoyed meeting and sightseeing with you in ’05.

    Keep up the great work.

    Russell Sutherland
    FoldedExpressions.com

  2. Those are incredible! My wife has been thinking about doing some origami with her students though I think the ones you’ve shown in this post are way too advanced for them.


    Nick, The Traffic Guy

  3. Absolutely Fantastic! I cannot believe those are all hand made. This is truly a great work of art. I am a big fan of such art. I am also going to give a dollar bill a try today, I doubt ill ever get close.
    Great work, keep it up!!

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