Look how artists perfectly work together with shops. This Origami artworks were shining in the window of an eye-wear shop in Cologne (Germany). The dogs are made of a sewing pattern by artist Elke Muche. She started her connection to Origami when she was a child during a rainy summer holiday. She took a book about Origami from the public library and began folding.
Origami had a basic technique
As Elke says on her website: ‘The basic principle of Origami is actually quite simple: To form a piece of paper without using scissors or glue. Using this design technique nothing is added to the material, neither is anything removed. The material is sculptured only by metamorphosis.'
She presented her business cards in front of her work, ‘et voilà', her Pr-machine is working already! This is so simple and effective. The shop owner has an original and shiny shop window and the artist has the opportunity to show her work.
Other examples of cooperation between artists and shop owners are warmly welcome.
|dachshund circa 30 cm, one uncut square, sewing pattern|
|Scottish Terrier, 30 cm, one uncut square, sewing pattern|