Luciana made an origami mosaic that represents the Wiphala emblem used by the native people of the Andes. It has 7 x 7 squares of colors in diagonals.
Origami Wiphala emblem mosaic by Luciana Segura, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Es la bandera wiphala de los pueblos originarios de América del Sur.
Cada color representa algo diferente , rojo : la tierra , naranja : la sociedad y la cultura , amarillo : energía y fuerza , blanco : representa el tiempo y la dialéctica , verde : economía y la producción andina , azul : representa el espacio cósmico , violeta: la política e ideológia andina
Thank you very much for participating in the collective mosaic Luciana! Thanks to you, Argentina and South America are represented. :-)
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Origami Pixels is a new fun and easy way to make origami tiles that can be joined by folding (no cut, no glue, not tape) to compose beautiful origami mosaics. This type of origami pixels was invented by 2017 by Stéphane Gigandet, and other types have been designed before. The Origami Pixel Unit page tells more about the history of origami pixels and shows how to fold them and join them.
Make beautiful origami mosaics with origami pixels. It's fun, easy and relaxing. No cuts, no glue, no tape, just easy folding!
It is very easy and quick to fold squares of paper into colorful origami pixels. You can then draw with them, and join them by folding them on their back to create beautiful origami mosaics. It's fun and easy! Video demo and tutorial: Origami Mosaics with Origami Pixels You can also combine the square pixels with triangular trixels tiles: Origami Trixels tutorial.