I’m Michał Kosmulski (IPA: /ˈmʲi.xaw kɔˈsmulskʲi/), an origami designer from Poland. I started folding around the age of eleven. In late 1999, I learned about modular origami, which became my main origami interest for many years. In 2015, due to a lucky coincidence, I attended my first origami convention and tried tessellations for the first time. They soon became my favorite style and I started designing lots of new models. Around this time I also started sharing my work not only on my web page but also on social media.
Currently, I design most of all tessellations and boxes, but I enjoy trying out something different once in a while and have designed a number of modulars and simple figurative designs as well. In my models, I value elegance and a clean look, trying to avoid the visible grid lines which are a staple of many tessellation designs. I like combining techniques usually used for different types of models, for example wet folding with tessellations.
There is more to origami than just the models, though. I have given many workshops at origami conventions around the world and online, as well as some commercial events including origami workshops and presentations. I am also interested in paper, the basic folding material, and this sites includes a number of paper reviews in its blog section.
You can learn more about my origami work in the interview I gave to OrigamiUSA.
For subjects other than origami, I have a personal homepage at michal.kosmulski.org.
About this page
My origami web page has been online since 2004. Coincidentally, this is also the year I got my first digital camera. In early 2021 I finally published a new version, with lots of new content and updated technology.
All models presented on this site were folded by me unless noted otherwise. Images are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Please contact me if you are interested in using them on other terms.