In articles by Natalie Lynn Hyndman

I want to share this ORIGAMI COLLECTION by MANUEL MON.

Origami draws hair towards the expressiveness of this art on paper. It’s a creative process that emphasizes the sensitivity of shapes and the accuracy of the work surface. Starting from this premise, balanced and natural images are created, without seams, without cuts, without artificial joints, elevating origami to manual art.

The collection shows natural hair in shape and color, creating meticulous fold patterns, with layouts, intertwining and pure and clean ends. The result is an artistic symmetry of oriental beauty.