The Finnish artist Juho Könkkölä took a single sheet of wafer measuring 68 cm x 68 cm-thin Wenzhou paper and folded for fifty hours. The result? A samurai paper that is approximately 8 inches.
While some glue appears to be used in this process, according to Könkkölä, no tearing or cutting was used in the process. It’s all foldable. over Laughing squidWatch him in action below:
The patience it takes to achieve this is staggering.