Sara Adams is best known for her origami tutorials published on happyfolding.com and on YouTube.
Browse origami models by designer. Note that each model may be assigned to multiple authors (due to collaboration, independent discovery, etc.).
An origami designer who specializes in kusudamas.
Paolo Bascetta specializes in geometric designs, most of which are modular origami. He is best known for the Bascetta Star unit.
Alex Bateman is best known for his work involving origami tessellations.
A Polish origami designer who specializes in figurative models.
An origami designer best known for his life-like models of human faces.
Joel Cooper is best known for his tessellation-based origami masks.
Best known for tessellation-based work from materials other than paper, such as wood.
Barth Dunkan (who also goes by the nicknames ecorigami and Magic Fingaz) designs mostly figurative models representing animals.
Roman Diaz is an origami designer from Uruguay, who specializes in figurative origami, especially animal models.
Dirk Eisner specializes in geometric designs, both complex modulars and tessellations.
Oriol Esteve also goes by the nickname Trickster Origamist.
Shuzo Fujimoto was among the pioneers of origami tessellations.
Tomoko Fuse (布施 知子) is the author of many origami books dedicated to different genres of geometric origami.
An origami designer from Colombia, who often goes just by his first name, Gerardo.
Ilan Garibi is best known for his work on origami tessellations and origami jewelry.
John Gerard is a papermaker who produces hand-made paper, many kinds of which are excellent for origami.
Author of the seminal book, Origami Tessellations: Awe-Inspiring Geometric Designs.
Yaacov Yonatan (Ben) Goldberger is an origami artist from Israel who specializes in geometric models.
Matthew Green is an origami designer from Mexico.
Hans-Werner Guth designs mostly geometric origami models.
Halina Rościszewska-Narloch (Haligami) is a Polish origami designer who specializes in tessellations and other geometric designs.
Melina Hermsen, also known under the nickname Yureiko, designed a number of tessellations, including some interesting figurative tessellations. Her later wor...
Charles (Chuck) Hoberman is an artist and inventor, best known for his folding toys such as the Hoberman sphere.
Tom (Thomas) Hull is a mathematician and creator of mathematical origami.
Also known under the nickname ma1tt.
Kota Imai (今井幸太) is the creator of many complex figurative models.
Satoshi Kamiya (神谷 哲史) is best known for his supercomplex origami designs.
Toshikazu Kawasaki (川崎敏和) is both an origami designer (famous for his rose models and the related Kawasaki Twist fold) and researcher in the area of origami ...
Arseniy Kazhamiakin, who usually goes by the shorter name Arseniy K. or his instagram handle arsenikoom, is a designer of origami tessellations from Belarus.
An origami designer best known for his organic, pleat-based designs.
You can find out more about me and my origami work on the About me page. Below are some models I designed, including models designed together or independentl...
Author of many woven polyhedra and tessellation designs.
Alessandra Lamio focuses mostly on geometric designs.
Robert J. Lang is not only the creator of many unique models but also the author of several notable origami books, in particular Origami Design Secrets and T...
Also known under the nickname sebl.
Ekaterina Lukasheva first became known for her kusudamas and then moved on to designing tessellations based on curved folding.
José Meeusen (formerly José Krooshoop) is best-known for her modular origami designs.
Edward Mistretta specializes in recursive, fractal-like designs.
Yoshihide Momotani (桃谷好英) is the author of many origami models, spanning multiple genres, from figurative to tessellations.
A designer best known for her work on modular origami, in particular the Menger Sponge project.
Meenakshi Mukerji (née Mukhopadhyay) is the author of several books on modular origami. She also created one of the longest-running web sites dedicated to th...
Robert Neale is an origamist who has been active for many years in the fields of both representational and geometric origami.
Francis Ow was the author of many geometric designs and is best-know for his models incorporating the heart symbol.
The description on instagram says 이인섭.
Benjamin DiLeonardo Parker is best known for his work related to origami tessellations, including the book Six Simple Twists.
An origami designer from Poland who specializes in figurative models.
Ron Resch (Ronald Dale Resch) was an artist whose work, among other things, included a number of pioneering designs in origami tessellations. The Paper and S...
Nick Robinson is a professional paper artist and author of several dozen origami books.
Italian origami artist, best known for corrugations and other geometric designs.
Naomiki Sato (佐藤直幹) is best known for his realistic origami roses.
I stumbled upon Ray Schamp’s work on flickr when I first learned about origami corrugations.
Robin Scholz has designed a huge number of origami tessellations and has developed an easily recognizable folding style.
A Hungarian origami designer who specializes in geometric models.
An origami designer best known for her modular origami stars.
Origami designer, book publisher and Origami-Shop owner.
This user’s instagram description says “小田智子”. I was not able to find a real name or other accounts.
Quentin Trollip is an origami designer whose best-known designs are animals and other nature-related models.
Yara Yagi is an origami designer from Brazil. Her models are most often figurative and often make use of wet folding.
The late Thoki Yenn designed a number of geometric models, many of which are at the same time somewhat representational.
Madonna Yoder (also known as Gathering Folds) works mostly with tessellations, including those folded from fabric rather than paper.
Designer of (mostly geometric) origami and author of many origami tutorials.
Sometimes a model’s author or authors remain unknown. At the same time, it would probably be possible to determine them given enough work, so these models ca...
Traditional models are those whose authors and circumstances of creation remain unknown. This may be because of the model’s old age, because it is so simple ...