Hex Snake

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Paper: Elephant Hide (Long strip cut off from the side of an A4 sheet with hex grid)
Type: abstract single-sheet, animal, figurative corrugation, figurative single-sheet (implies: abstract, corrugation, figurative, geometric, living thing, single-sheet)
Author: Michał Kosmulski
Colors: brown and beige
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This snake is just a strip of paper that I cut off the side of an A4 sheet with a hex grid so that an integer even number of grid divisions was left on the rest. Following the grid lines on the strip, you can coil it into a snake-like shape. The model is so simple it’s hard to classify: is it an abstract design I called a “snake” or an extremely simple figurative design? On top of that, it’s got a single layer of paper everywhere, so technically it’s a corrugation (and it is even based on a grid).