Won Park folds dollar bills. And so do I. But while he folds his into Star Wars and Star Trek ships, I fold mine in half the long way and give them to strippers. Obviously, we're equally talented. That's a $3 Millennium Falcon in the picture being pursued by what I suspect are a pair of $1 T.I.E. Fighters. But who knows, maybe they're $2 T.I.E. Fighters. One thing's for certain though: if you rip a dollar in half and then fold it a bunch, you can tip strippers twice as often for the same amount of money. Genius? Yes. Bouncer break my arm? Thank god for voice recognition software.
Hit the jump for a couple more of my favorites, including the Enterprise, and a link to the gallery.
Amazing Star Wars (and Star Trek) origami made from dollar bills [dvice] (GALLERY)
Brian Chan is a Geekologie reader than can fold paper like nobody's business. And here's a recent Iron Man creation of Brian's own design. "It is folded from a single uncut square of paper, and so is the mask." Hit the jump for a few more shots, including the mask and the pa... / Continue →
Brian Chan is now Geekologie's official paper folder in residence And he's hard at work on original designs to showcase at his exhibition table at this weekend's Origami USA Convention in New York. He stayed up all night working on this WALL-E, and as you can see, he's looking... / Continue →
Brian Chan, an origami enthusiast best known for his takes on Iron Man, WALL-E, the Montauk Monster, and just being an all around paper-folding badass (yes, those exist) created this paper Batman forever (get it? Like that 1995 turd 'Batman Forever'!) ago, buuuuuuut I'd never... / Continue →